Just 45 days until start of Senet’s Regulating the Game” gambling regulatory education program
The countdown is now well and truly on to the start of “Regulating the Game 2021” – a 5-day gambling regulatory education program co-developed by Senet, an international law firm specializing in gaming regulation and compliance advisory. The event will be held at Sydney’s International Convention Centre from November 27th through December 2nd next year where experts are set to share their knowledge with attendees about how they can stay compliant under new rules that come into effect in 2020 as part of Australia’s National Gambling Reform Act 2018.
Regulating the Game 2021 is going to be a magical experience for those that attend. This event will bring together industry professionals from all over the world, teach them their role in regulation and compliance, give you access to new technology before anyone else does so your game can remain current with ever-changing trends in gaming culture.
It’s time! Regulating The Game 2021 starts this week at Sydney’s International Convention Centre (ICC) running concurrently alongside Australia’s first Australasian Gaming Expo – AGE). With workshops on regulatory governance led by some of our country’s most experienced experts such as Mr David Rowe AC QC MP former High Court Judge & Chief Justice of NSW Supreme Court; Dr Neil Lawrence AM Professor Emeritus UN
The program will help regulators and industry understand the challenges that are currently being faced by operators, supervisors, managers, and other stakeholders in this sector. The attendees who participate in these courses will receive a certificate from ICGR at UNLV saying they have successfully completed it.
The certificate is awarded to those who have completed the intensive five day program. They are able to network with participants and faculty, share experiences, engage in discussions about public policy issues as well as compliance cases studies. The course aims at creating connections between attendees while promoting collaboration among them for a better understanding of topics related gambling law and regulatory practices.
Senet offers a variety of programs that will give you the knowledge, insights and perspectives to help address public policy and compliance challenges. Programs are available in person or online for those who can’t attend due to COVID-19.