In The News: International Center for Gaming Regulation
Staying on top of the ever-evolving gaming world can be tricky, even for industry experts. And with technological advances—think facial recognition applications or learning-based robot card dealers—comes an entire set of challenges in adapting.
Joe Bertolone, a longtime chief executive in both the governmental and private sectors, was named the new executive director of the UNLV (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) International Center for Gaming Regulation (ICGR). This appointment follows an unprecedented global search that yielded applicants in leadership positions from around the world.
A longtime chief executive in both the governmental and private sectors was named the new executive director of the UNLV International Center for Gaming Regulation (ICGR).
Dawn and Billy Takacs own a business, a patent, and a dream.
Becky Harris, former chairwoman of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, has joined Global Market Advisors (GMA), a leader in the gaming, entertainment, sports, integrated resort and hospitality industries.
Longtime gaming attorney-turned law professor Anthony Cabot said companies at the recent Global Gaming Expo promoted software that used artificial intelligence for marketing and commercializing purposes in casinos.
State lawmakers have worked over the past decade to bring various forms of gambling out of the shadows and onto the tax rolls, from legalizing video poker at bars and restaurants in 2009 to authorizing sports betting this spring.
A new partnership between MGM Resorts and Verizon will result in a sports betting experience that will be available on Yahoo Sports.
The president of the North American division of Australian slot machine supplier Ainsworth Game Technology has left the company to travel to the University of Nevada in Las Vegas.
Like a lighthouse glimmering on the horizon of a pitch-black ocean, you can see the casino lights of Las Vegas luring you to gamble as you fly into McCarran International Airport. Similarly, the newly rejuvenized Atlantic City, fueled with the lifeblood of sports betting, has all its gaming options in a centralized location.
The American Gaming Association has contributed $100,000 as a founding donor of the National Center for Responsible Gaming’s new Fund to Support Research on Sports Wagering.
The American Gaming Association (AGA) has contributed $100,000 as a founding donor of the National Center for Responsible Gaming’s (NCRG) new Fund to Support Research on Sports Wagering. The fund is the first in the nation dedicated solely to studying the impact of sports wagering on American bettors since the Supreme Court overturned the federal ban on sports betting in May 2018.