Home » GLI announces 2016 Latin American and Caribbean Regulators Roundtable
The exciting current state of gaming in Latin America and the Caribbean will be the focus of this year’s Gaming Laboratories International’s (GLI) Latin American and Caribbean Regulators Roundtable.
The Regulators Roundtable, hosted by GLI’s world-renowned GLI University, is a two-day event held free of charge and exclusively for gaming regulators, lottery regulators and government lotteries. It will take place August 24 and 25 in Curacao.
GLI experts, industry thought leaders and gaming professionals will meet at the Curacao Marriot Beach Resort Emerald Casino and delve into in-depth discussions centered on hot-button topics including:
Understanding Regulatory Tools – When and How to Use Them
Governance and Acting Under Strict Rules of Law
Certification Process – Back to the Basics
Minimum Internal Controls in the Lottery and Gaming Industry: Why and How to Audit
The Gaming and Lottery Industry of the Future
iGaming and Sports Betting Regulations and Operations from a Risk Control Perspective
Multijurisdictional Games in the Gaming and Lottery Industry
What Information Security Means to You: Is It Crucial for Your Organization?
The Current State of the Anti-Money Laundering Guidelines
Responsible Gambling in the Lottery and Gaming Industry
Online Monitoring and Control System: The Latin American and Caribbean Experience
GLI is pleased to announce that, courtesy of the Curacao Gaming Control Board (the gaming regulatory entity of Curacao), attendees will watch a live on-site demonstration at a local casino of the verification process of gaming devices and monitoring and control systems.
GLI Director of Latin America and Caribbean Government Relations and Business Development Karen Marcela Sierra-Hughes said, “We are very grateful to all the regulators and government lotteries that have been joining us year after year, making it possible for us to celebrate this ninth Regulators Roundtable. This is the first time we have held the conference in the Caribbean, and the combination of this year’s agenda with the speakers we have lined up will allow for this Roundtable to be another success. The Roundtable continues to be a unique opportunity for attendees to share their knowledge and experiences, discuss the policy and technical complexities of gaming and lottery, network with other like-minded professionals, and strengthen relationships with their peers. We are appreciative to the Curacao Gaming Control Board for their support during this year’s Roundtable as the on-site demonstration is an extremely important part of our conference.”
Space at the Regulators Roundtable is limited, so guests are encouraged to register in advance at www.gaminglabs.com/latamrt2016. Guests can also download the Agenda at a Glance and find room reservation information on the Web page.
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