The International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR) and International Masters Gaming Law (IMGL) will come back together this year with the “Disrupting the Regulator” IAGR 2021 conference to be held from 12 to 17 September 2021 in Boston, USA.
The conference was originally scheduled to be held in Boston in September 2020 but was canceled due to COVID-19.
The IAGR 2021 conference will be focused on disruption and sparking regulatory innovation to advance the efficiency and effectiveness of gambling regulation globally. The event will draw on both pre-pandemic and post-pandemic expertise and understanding to support the international gambling regulation sector aiming to extend its reach and impact, while provoking thinking and debate, organizers said.
“IAGR is excited to be able to host the 2021 conference together with our partners,” said IAGR President Mabutho Zwane. “We hope the speakers will bring insightful and thoughtful presentations that will help us to navigate post covid-19 experiences.”
IMGL President Marc Ellinger added, “As the pre-eminent group of global gaming lawyers, IMGL is excited to continue our partnership with IAGR and to offer a successful joint conference to members in September in Boston.”
IAGR consists of representatives from gaming regulatory organizations throughout the world. IAGR’s mission is to advance the effectiveness and efficiency of gaming regulation.
IMGL is a not for profit association comprising over 340 members globally. Its members are recognized as the leading experts in their jurisdictions and are involved in most material gambling sector developments and issues worldwide.
Tickets to the conference will be available from late May via the IAGR 2021 website.