Regulating The Game, a five-day education program for the gambling sector is now only one week away.
Organizers of the event, including law firm Senet and International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR), say there are now only nine spots left for the in-person course.
“We have assembled an impressive mix of distinguished International Center for Gaming Regulation faculty and guest speakers, to deliver expert content as part of a comprehensive schedule, as well as a bundle of exciting networking events to connect and engage with fellow attendees and speakers.”
The course is structured to build individual and organizational 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 sector leadership.
According to organizers, Ian Hughes, Chief Commercial Officer for GLI and Chief Executive Officer of GLI Australia one of our guest speakers has already arrived in Sydney, and Craig Ferreira, Interim Executive Director, International Center for Gaming Regulation departs Las Vegas for Sydney on Wednesday.
Visit regulatingthegame.com for comprehensive details on the program and to see the impressive speaker line-up.