UNLV's International Center for Gaming Regulation to hold 2-day sports betting seminar
February 15, 2017 9:37 AM
by Robert Mann
"Understanding Sports Betting" is the subject of a two-day seminar April 6th and 7th to be presented by UNLV's International Center for Gaming Regulation. Attendees will hear from various experts on sports wagering covering topics such as the history of sports betting, federal sports betting laws and the impact of off-shore betting.
Participants will also visit a Las Vegas sports book.
The program curriculum includes:
Day 1: Overview of Sports Wagering
• History of Sports Wagering
• Sports Wagering in America
• Federal Sports Wagering Laws
• Types of Sports Wagers
• Sports Wagering Participants
• How Nevada Does Sports Wagering work
• Account Wagering
• Visit to a Las Vegas Sports Book
Day 2: Sports Wagering in Operation
• Risk Management and Layoff Wagering
• The Impact of Off-Shore Sports Wagering & Technology
• Sports Integrity Issues
• Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS)
• Compliance Issues
The fee for the seminar, which is limited to just 15 participants, is $925. The fee includes all program materials, light continental breakfasts, lunches and a visit to a local sports book.
The contact for additional information is Robert Horgan. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 702-895-2445.