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Current International Gaming Institute News
UNLV gaming researcher explores the potential impacts of cheating in a burgeoning industry.
UNLV faculty and students honored with Service-Learning, Community-Based Research, Faculty/Staff Outreach, and Student Service awards.
Shekinah Hoffman leads a rigorous program for mentoring youth in under-resourced communities.
Former Nevada Gaming Control Board chairwoman will study policy and regulatory issues related to legal sports wagering.
Native Aruban Aron Kock found inspiration to come to the UNLV Center for Gaming Innovation in a pile of mango leaves.
International Gaming Institute In The News
On a recent weekday morning, there were plenty of slot machines available at the Encore Boston Harbor casino, with their flashing lights, inviting noises, and big-screen displays beckoning patrons to take their chances on a spin.
The National Center for Responsible Gaming has announced $400,000 in new funds to study the public health impacts of legal sports wagering, which is expected to grow rapidly in light of a court ruling last year.
It’s not hard to find somewhere to gamble in Las Vegas, whether it’s in a casino, the airport, or even a grocery store.
That accessibility has proven to be an issue for some.
Some of the brightest minds in gaming, from academics and stakeholders, gathered Thursday at UNLV to talk about ways to raise public awareness on responsible gaming.
The American Gaming Association will head to Las Vegas next week for the next leg of its national Get to Know Gaming campaign and to support annual Responsible Gaming Education Week.
Sands China Ltd. has been enhancing its Responsible Gaming efforts by further reaching out to the local community and making it a better place to live. Moreover, a dedicated team was established as a concrete step to promote responsible gaming to a wider audience.