IAGA Opens Registration for 2022 Summit

The International Association of Gaming Advisors has opened registration for the 2022 International Gaming Summit, to be held in Boston in June. The event is expected to draw operators, suppliers, investors, regulators and more.

IAGA Opens Registration for 2022 Summit

The International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA) announced that it has opened registration for its 2022 International Gaming Summit to be held June 27-29 at the Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston, Massachusetts.

As a premier event that brings together leaders from all global gaming sectors, the summit will provide operators, suppliers, attorneys, investors, bankers, regulators and other advisor delegates the opportunity to meet and discuss the most important issues facing gaming.

Addressing topics ranging from the ongoing North American expansion of sports betting and online gaming to the growing impact data privacy and cybersecurity have on regulated gaming and the industry’s expanding ESG efforts and accountability, each summit session will provide valuable insight into critical issues facing global gaming. IAGA is working closely with Fairmont and evening event teams to ensure that the summit will incorporate appropriate Covid safety protocols while still providing the exceptional education and networking opportunities for which the event is known.

“We are looking forward to holding IAGA’s 39th Annual International Gaming Summit in Boston this June,” commented Luke Orchard, IAGA president and senior vice president, chief compliance and risk management officer for IGT. “As in prior years, our compelling summit program will focus on gaming issues of international relevance and provide our delegates an opportunity to discuss the issues with their global colleagues in a collaborative, thought-provoking setting.

“I am also pleased to announce that during our Boston summit, we will hold our first annual Regulator Workshop, a series of closed-door meetings where regulators will receive in-depth education on critical issues and be able to collaboratively discuss solutions and best practices with their colleagues.

“We are currently working with top regulators in North America to determine the agenda and timing for these sessions and will provide more details when we announce our full summit agenda next month. I look forward to welcoming our delegates to Boston and participating with them in lively discussions about the critical issues and opportunities facing global gaming for which IAGA’s annual Summit is so well-known.”

For more information and to register, visit theiaga/org/2022-gaming-summit.