The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) has issued a survey to learn more about the specific needs of prospective attendees of a gaming regulation program to be held in Sydney, Australia in August 2021.
The Regulating the Game Program will be held in Sydney from 8 to 13 August 2021, timed to coincide with the Australasian Gaming Expo, and will provide a comprehensive five-day program aimed at exploring industry and regulatory best practices, cultivating compliance and innovation orientated culture and empowering attendees with the tools necessary to analyse and improve gambling policies and regulation in their jurisdictions.
The program encourages dialogue between regulators, policy practitioners, operators, manufacturers and gambling lawyers across jurisdictional boundaries to ensure all stakeholders have a voice and are best positioned to contribute to a safe, secure, responsible, vibrant and innovative industry.
The survey takes around 10 minutes to complete and will be used to help co-design parts of the program and ensure the organizers effectively address training needs across multiple organisations and jurisdictions.
The 2021 Regulating the Game Program is organized by the UNLV’s International Center for Gaming Regulation and Senet, and is supported by International Association of Gaming Regulators Patron Paul Newson.