Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) will host regulators from across North America at its 22nd Annual Regulators Roundtable.
The two-day event is a deep dive into the most urgent issues facing the gaming industry today. A mix of panels and breakout sessions will be led by GLI’s experts and will feature the industry’s leading voices shedding light on important topics including:
- Cybersecurity issues such as information security, malware, security testing, and vulnerability management
- iGaming and related issues such as payment systems and responsible gaming
- Payment modernization technologies, including cashless gaming and NFT and cryptocurrency in land-based, online gaming, and sports betting
- Mergers and acquisitions and their impact on regulation
New York Times best-selling author and founder of FiveThirtyEight.com Nate Silver will deliver a keynote address on “What Makes Gamblers Tick.”
Additionally, an Innovation Room will feature a wide range of technological advancements from IGT, Ainsworth, Authentic Gaming, GiG, Kobetron, and UNLV, where regulators can receive hands-on instruction on the new technologies and advice from GLI’s compliance team about the potential impact on regulation.
“We are in an exciting time of change; if 2021 was about diligence and strategic preparation, 2022 is about momentum and execution,” said GLI CEO James Maida.
“Our experts at GLI are equipped to help clients navigate the ever-changing gaming landscape every step of the way. We have thoughtfully and carefully developed an exciting and informative slate of panels, sessions, and learning experiences to give our clients the exclusive insights to the future they can only get from GLI.”
In addition to panels and breakout sessions on industry topics, the Regulators Roundtable will feature entertainment by the Cardio Spider improv comedy group. Christopher, Paul Lirette, and Raul Martinez will be performing their skit “Hacked” written by Cardio Spider members Trina Colon and Kris Chung, a humorous depiction of the everyday risks of malware in the workplace.
GLI’s Regulators Roundtable takes place March 16 and 17 at Luxor Las Vegas and is expected to draw hundreds of regulators from across the continent. GLI presents the Roundtable free of charge to regulators as part of its GLI University ongoing training.