Building off the record total and legislative attendance at its Winter Meeting three months ago, the National Council of Legislators from Gaming States posted its agenda for the Summer Meeting, which takes place July 12-14 at the Radisson Blu Downtown in Minneapolis.
To view the agenda, register, and book rooms at the host hotel at special attendee rates, visit http://www.nclgs.org/meetings.html.
The robust agenda for three-day NCLGS Summer Meeting includes six legislative committee hearings that will focus on legal, regulatory, operational aspects related sports betting, lottery and casino (commercial and tribal), plus a keynote from Timothy Wilmott, CEO of Penn National Gaming, North America’s largest regional gaming operator.
“With questions surrounding what lotteries may or may not do and so many states in the process of introducing or legalizing sport betting, the Summer Meeting will be the right place to be if you want to learn what is working and not working in each state,” said NCLGS President William Coley, a senator from Ohio. “We look forward to the ongoing discussion on these issues and much, much more.”
The NCLGS Summer Meeting agenda includes:
- Six legislative committee sessions: Casinos, Emerging Forms of Gaming, Indian Gaming, Lotteries, Responsible Gaming, and State-Federal Relations
- Keynote Luncheon Address: “The Next Five Years of Gaming,” by Timothy Wilmott, CEO, Penn National Gaming, and Chairman, American Gaming Association
- Two IMGL Masterclass panels conducted by the International Masters of Gaming Law focusing on state lottery technology and the multiple crossover regulatory and legal issues
- Special general session panel examining gaming’s evolution toward entertainment
- Thursday evening cocktail reception
- Friday evening welcome reception
- Saturday afternoon tour of Sportradar offices
NCLGS is the only organization of state lawmakers that meets on a regular basis to discuss issues relating to gaming. Members of NCLGS serve as chairpersons or members of state legislative committees responsible for the regulation of gaming in their state legislative houses. NCLGS does not promote or oppose gaming but is primarily concerned with the regulation and economic and social impacts of the industry. The NCLGS Foundation is the educational and research arm of NCLGS. The 501(c)(3) non-profit is a source of non-partisan data on issues of gaming legislation and regulation.
Spectrum Gaming Group, which has performed advisory and consulting work for gaming operators, regulators and legislatures in 39 US states and territories and in 47 countries on six continents, serves as the Executive Director of NCLGS.
SOURCE Spectrum Gaming Group