Registration is now open for the IAGA International Gaming Summit, set for June 27-29 at the Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston, Massachusetts, US.
The organisation – the International Association of Gaming Advisors – will bring together leaders from all global gaming sectors, providing operators, suppliers, lawyers, investors, bankers, regulators and other advisor delegates with an opportunity to meet and discuss issues facing the gaming industry.
The summit will address topics ranging from the ongoing North American expansion of sports betting and online gaming, the growing impact data privacy and cyber security have on regulated gaming and the industry’s expanding ESG efforts and accountability.
IAGA president Luke Orchard, who is senior vice president, chief compliance and risk management officer for IGT, said: “As in prior years, our compelling summit programme will focus on gaming issues of international relevance and provide our delegates an opportunity to discuss the issues with their global colleagues in a collaborative, thought-provoking setting.
“I am also pleased to announce that during our Boston summit, we will hold our first annual regulator workshop, a series of closed-door meetings where regulators will receive in-depth education on critical issues and be able to collaboratively discuss solutions and best practices with their colleagues.”