The International Association of Gaming Regulators Seeks Speakers for 2020 Annual Conference in Boston
Calling all speakers! The International Association of Gaming Regulators is seeking subject matter experts to present at the 2020 annual conference in Boston.
This year’s conference will focus on disruption and sparking innovation in regulatory practice, with the hope of advancing the efficiency and effectiveness of gambling regulation globally. As a result, the IAGR is seeking speakers who are looking to impact and provoke thinking and debate, and to discuss known and emerging trends in the industry, regulatory policy/practice, and research.
For a full list of topics of interest that will be discussed at the conference, click here.
Speaker sessions will be 40 minutes long with 10 minutes included for questions, and speakers will receive free registration for the conference and its associated social events.
To apply, follow the submission requirements that can be found by clicking here and email your submission to email@example.com by February 29, 2020. All submitters will be notified about any decisions by March 31, 2020.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has been a member of the association for seven years, and the IAGR’s annual conference is a major event for gaming regulators and industry stakeholders. The MGC is thrilled that the IAGR chose Massachusetts to host such an important week in the industry’s calendar.
The event provides a forum for regulators from around the world to exchange ideas and discuss policy issues, along with other international gaming industry representatives. The 2018 conference in Copenhagen hosted more than 200 delegates from 47 different gaming jurisdictions and 41 countries from every continent, and the Commonwealth will now have the opportunity to bring the international audience here in 2020.
The MGC embraces the opportunity to share experiences with our global counterparts. Collaboration is critical to advancing modern strategies and identifying the most promising policies and practices. We are proud of the Commonwealth’s strong gaming law and hope others benefit from its prudence.
We look forward to welcoming the association and showcasing to our fellow gaming regulators from around the world what Massachusetts has to offer.