In The News: International Center for Gaming Regulation

Tunf News
September 3, 2019

The opinion of an expert in UNLV gaming laws about the present and future of legal sports betting in the country, regarding the start of the football season.

Zona de Azar
September 3, 2019

Earlier this month, 60 Australian and international game regulators attended the first casino and game regulation program held in Australia.

European Gaming
August 30, 2019

September’s arrival coincides with the beginning of a major pastime in the lives of Americans: football.

casino review
August 29, 2019

Earlier this month, 60 Australian and international gaming regulators attended the first ever casino and gaming regulation program held in Australia.

Yogonet Gaming News
August 29, 2019

Liquor & Gaming New South Wales (L&GNSW) and UNLV’s International Center for Gaming Regulation (ICGR) conducted the inaugural regulatory program in Sydney earlier this month. The program was informed by feedback from regulators across Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore and focused on international best practice in gaming regulation. The course also provided opportunities for participants to share knowledge and learnings from their respective jurisdictions to help improve gaming regulation and collaboration across the Asia-Pacific.

Bookies News
July 30, 2019

Determining the worst call in sports history is a subjective exercise. There are multiple filters to consider, even after stripping away obvious bias such as fandom or betting interest.

Bookies News
July 30, 2019

Determining the worst call in sports history is a subjective exercise. There are multiple filters to consider, even after stripping away obvious bias such as fandom or betting interest.

Rhode Island Monthly
July 12, 2019

It’s suppertime, two days before Easter, and the Sportsbook, a two-level lounge on the second floor of Twin River Casino in Lincoln, is slowly filling. A ragged line of men bend over their sheets or scan the odds displayed on monitors as they inch to the tills. The walls flash with color and movement from 103 flat screens wrapping the room, like the facets of a fly’s compound eye. At least twenty professional athletic contests are being waged in hockey, basketball and baseball, and everybody hopes it will be a good Friday.

SoloAzar International
July 3, 2019

ACA 16 was introduced last week by Sen. Bill Dodd and Assemblyman Adam Gray, which is a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow a regulated sports betting market in the state. In order to get the issue on the ballot next year, the bill needs to capture a two-thirds majority vote in both houses of the legislature.

Gambling News
July 2, 2019

California has become the latest state to open debates about the legalization of sports betting. Following up on last year’s PASPA ruling, state legislators proposed a ballot on Thursday, looking to create a legal framework for the Golden State.

Cardplayer
July 2, 2019

Lawmakers in California introduced legislation that could bring legalized sports betting to the Golden State after the 2020 election cycle.

Los Angeles Times
July 1, 2019

Joining a national wave, California lawmakers on Thursday proposed a ballot measure that would legalize sports betting in the state in response to last year’s Supreme Court ruling allowing states to permit wagering.