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  • Gambling Commission: National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms Consultation
    Gambling Commission: National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms Consultation
    Julie Williams, Gambling Commission Recorded: Jan 29 2019 36 mins
    The current National Responsible Gambling Strategy comes to an end in March 2019 and we are developing a new national strategy to reduce gambling harms working with all the bodies that will be part of delivering the strategy.

    We are seeking your views on the five proposed priority areas for action over the life of the strategy.

    Successful delivery of the strategy will require collective effort and engagement from a wide range of stakeholders, and we want as many people and organisations as possible to have a voice in shaping the strategy and the arrangements needed to deliver it.

    We are also conducting a formal consultation under Section 24 of the Gambling Act 2005 on proposed amendments to the LCCP requirement on gambling businesses to contribute to research, prevention and treatment, and associated arrangements needed to deliver the strategy.
  • US PASPA Repeal from the Regulator's Perspective
    US PASPA Repeal from the Regulator's Perspective
    Jon Bruford Recorded: Jan 24 2019 62 mins
    Since the US Supreme Court repealed the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, several US states have rushed to legalize and offer sports betting to their gaming patrons, and endless seminars and panel discussions have analyzed sports betting legalization from the operator and patron perspective. Featuring several prominent US regulators, this panel will take a look at sports betting post-PASPA from the regulatory perspective, discussing the policy and legal challenges regulators now face.
  • Gambling Commission:  National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms Consultation
    Gambling Commission: National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms Consultation
    Julie Williams, Gambling Commission Recorded: Jan 23 2019 36 mins
    The current National Responsible Gambling Strategy comes to an end in March 2019 and we are developing a new national strategy to reduce gambling harms working with all the bodies that will be part of delivering the strategy.

    We are seeking your views on the five proposed priority areas for action over the life of the strategy.

    Successful delivery of the strategy will require collective effort and engagement from a wide range of stakeholders, and we want as many people and organisations as possible to have a voice in shaping the strategy and the arrangements needed to deliver it.

    We are also conducting a formal consultation under Section 24 of the Gambling Act 2005 on proposed amendments to the LCCP requirement on gambling businesses to contribute to research, prevention and treatment, and associated arrangements needed to deliver the strategy.
  • Gambling Commission:  National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms Consultation
    Gambling Commission: National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms Consultation
    Julie Williams, Gambling Commission Recorded: Jan 22 2019 36 mins
    The current National Responsible Gambling Strategy comes to an end in March 2019 and we are developing a new national strategy to reduce gambling harms working with all the bodies that will be part of delivering the strategy.

    We are seeking your views on the five proposed priority areas for action over the life of the strategy.

    Successful delivery of the strategy will require collective effort and engagement from a wide range of stakeholders, and we want as many people and organisations as possible to have a voice in shaping the strategy and the arrangements needed to deliver it.

    We are also conducting a formal consultation under Section 24 of the Gambling Act 2005 on proposed amendments to the LCCP requirement on gambling businesses to contribute to research, prevention and treatment, and associated arrangements needed to deliver the strategy.
  • The Top Three Challenges Facing Online Gaming Regulators
    The Top Three Challenges Facing Online Gaming Regulators
    Jon Bruford Recorded: Dec 5 2018 62 mins
    It was once said that online gaming cannot be effectively regulated. Since then, many jurisdictions around the world have shown this statement to be false. In fact, the introduction of legalized online gaming in European member states over the last decade or more as well as the recent expansion of legalized online gaming in several US States, have shown that online gaming technology provides operators with the ability to protect the interests of the customer more effectively than may be the case in the terrestrial industry. Having said that, the introduction of legalized online gaming has not been without its challenges. Different socio-economic, political and cultural landscapes have posed unique challenges to regulators around the world. During this webinar, we will look at how regulators in the UK, mainland Europe and the USA have responded to these challenges.
  • The Latest Updates on Financial Crime and Risk Issues Facing the Gaming Industry
    The Latest Updates on Financial Crime and Risk Issues Facing the Gaming Industry
    Jon Bruford Recorded: Oct 17 2018 61 mins
    Financial crime and risk issues continue to be at the forefront of gaming operations across all sectors, and this webinar will provide a thoughtful look into several critical issues including patron and property based risk assessments, know your patron controls, responding to emergency threats and addressing suspicious activity from both front line and back-of-the-house approaches. The panel's experts will discuss the components of enhancing patron due diligence while leveraging department information for more complete patron profiles, assessing the potential risks associated with casino patron databases, implementing adequate due diligence controls to reduce risk, as well as various control strategies that can be used to identify suspicious activity scenarios. With the increasing scrutiny that gaming operators face with regard to financial crime, this is a session you won't want to miss.
  • CryptoCurrency & Blockchain: What is it, why it's relevant and what it means
    CryptoCurrency & Blockchain: What is it, why it's relevant and what it means
    Jon Bruford Recorded: Sep 5 2018 61 mins
    On Wednesday, September 5th, 8:30am PST 4:30pm BST, we invite you to join IAGA in association with Casino International who will host a free webinar focusing on CryptoCurrency & Blockchain.

    While the gambling community may know the basic information of what CryptoCurrency and Blockchain are, this webinar will go into more depth on how these distributed ledger technologies can be implemented and used within the global gambling industry.
  • Data Privacy Challenges & Concerns: Protecting Gaming Operations From Cyber
    Data Privacy Challenges & Concerns: Protecting Gaming Operations From Cyber
    Jon Bruford Recorded: Jul 18 2018 57 mins
    IAGA is pleased to announce the next session in its free webinar series focusing on critical issues facing global gaming. Developed in conjunction with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) International Center for Gaming Regulation (ICGR), the UNLV International Gaming Institute (IGI) and Ernst & Young, each webinar features panelists who are thought leaders on each issue. Each webinar is made possible by Casino International.
  • The Potential Impact of a PASPA Repeal on the US Sports Betting Landscape
    The Potential Impact of a PASPA Repeal on the US Sports Betting Landscape
    Jon Bruford Recorded: May 2 2018 62 mins
    On Wednesday, May 2nd, 9am PST 5pm BST, we invite you to join IAGA and UNLV in association with Casino International for a free webinar focusing on critical issues facing the global gaming industry.

    There has already been substantial discussion on the various approaches to the predicted legalisation of sports wagering across the United States, our webinar will focus on ‘The Practical Side to Sports Betting’.
  • Major Brands Join Up Under Reznor
    Major Brands Join Up Under Reznor
    Heather Ramsden Recorded: Feb 27 2018 34 mins
    From February 2018, Ambirad, Airbloc and Benson will be brought together under a single brand: Reznor.

    Reznor, in association with Heating and Ventilating Review, will be hosting a free webinar which will discuss how the brand transition coincides with a number of new product developments, and a portfolio which is now fully compliant with Energy related Products (ErP) regulations.

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