Regulating the Game 2023
March 6 - March 10$1950 – $2500
Regulating the Game is a prestigious 5-day education program structured to build individual and organisational capability, deepen sector knowledge, and advance thinking and discussion about contemporary best practice gambling regulation.
The program is also designed to grapple with public policy challenges, cultivate curiosity and critical thinking, contest ideas, share insights and motivate an appetite for continuous improvement and regulatory and sector leadership.
Regulating the Game program introduces expert content, but also encourages challenge and debate about sector issues, risks and opportunities, as well as critically examines regulatory policy and practice. The program positions attendees to understand and apply key regulatory principles, including fundamental regulatory policy and principles, engage with known and emerging issues, and help shape evidence based public policy that advances efficient and effective gambling regulation.
The comprehensive and rigorous program is delivered by core program faculty from the International Center for Gaming Regulation (ICGR), the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (ICGR), as well as distinguished guest speakers including leaders in gambling-related regulation and law, public policy, investigations, intelligence and research.
Regulating the Game is hosted by Senet and includes a mix of in-person and interactive remote lectures with ICGR core program faculty and guest speakers, as well as case studies and group work. Attendees access the latest thinking and knowledge, apply principles in practice, and have the opportunity to hear from each other and benchmark regulatory frameworks and approaches with Australian and international regulators and industry stakeholders.
A key asset of the program is the opportunity to establish connections, hear from Australian and international experts, regulatory colleagues, and industry participants. To start conversations, test thinking and build understanding, knowledge and relationships that will enhance capacity to inform cogent public policy, facilitate innovation in public policy and regulatory practice, position compliance and regulatory functions as enablers, and help achieve a secure, safe, responsible, leading-edge and vibrant sector.