Continuing their historic partnership, the International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR) and the International Masters Gaming Law (IMGL) are excited to re-affirm their commitment to co-hosting a successful conference in September.
Originally scheduled for September 2020 in Boston, Massachusetts USA, the Disrupting the Regulator IAGR 2021 conference will now be held from 12 – 17 September 2021 in Boston. As part of the conference week, IAGR and IMGL will be joining forces on Wednesday, 15 September to co-host a series of panel discussions and then a joint reception at the Boston Marriott Copley Place.
Looking forward to the global recovery from the Covid 19 Pandemic, both IAGR and IMGL are enthusiastic to bring the opportunity for members of both organisations to meet in person for the first time since 2019.
In announcing the ongoing collaboration IAGR President Mr Mabutho Zwane said, “IAGR is excited to be able to host the 2021 conference together with our partners. We hope the speakers will bring insightful and thoughtful presentations that will help us to navigate post covid-19 experiences.”
Similarly, IMGL President Marc Ellinger said, “As the pre-eminent group of global gaming lawyers, IMGL is excited to continue our partnership with IAGR and to offer a successful joint conference to members in September in Boston.”
The IAGR 2021 conference is focused on disruption and sparking regulatory innovation to advance the efficiency and effectiveness of gambling regulation globally. The event, originally postponed from 2020, will draw on both pre-pandemic and post-pandemic expertise and understanding to support the international gambling regulation sector aiming to extend its reach and impact, while provoking thinking and debate.
Registrations for both the IAGR and IMGL conferences will open at the end of may, tickets will be able to be purchased through the IAGR 2021 website: www.iagr2021.com
As leading voices within the global gaming industry IAGR looks forward to the opportunity to continue its long running history of hosting successful thought leadership events and bringing together the global gambling regulatory community and introducing new initiatives to be launched soon.
Members, as well as the broader gaming industry can keep abreast of conference news signing up to the IAGR Mailing List.
IAGR consists of representatives from gaming regulatory organizations throughout the world. IAGR’s mission is to advance the effectiveness and efficiency of gaming regulation.
IMGL is a not for profit association comprising over 340 members globally. Its members are recognized as the leading experts in their jurisdictions and are involved in most material gambling sector developments and issues worldwide.