ICRG conference on responsible gambling set for Oct. 8-9 in Las Vegas

September 27, 2023 5:09 PM
Photo: CDC Gaming Reports
  • Rege Behe, CDC Gaming Reports
September 27, 2023 5:09 PM

The International Center for Responsible Gaming Wednesday announced that its 24th annual conference will feature new information and research about gambling disorders and responsible gambling. The ICRG’s Conference on Gambling and Addiction is scheduled for Oct. 8-9, 2023, at the Venetian Expo Center in Las Vegas in conjunction with the Global Gaming Expo.

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“Attendees can expect in-depth discussions on the evolving landscape of responsible gaming, addressing institutional bias against individuals with gambling disorders, presenting novel insights into pre-commitment strategies, and introducing an innovative cultural healing model for indigenous peoples,” said ICRG President Arthur Paikowsky in a statement.

The conference is designed to provide tools and research to treatment providers, researchers, students, and responsible gaming specialists.

Scheduled sessions include:

  • The Institutional Bias Against People with Gambling Disorder
  • Does Responsible Gambling Work? New Research on Pre-commitment
  • Cashless Gambling: Exploring Health Risks and Empowering Consumer Protection.

Research findings about gambling addiction will be available through support from companies including Bally’s, BetMGM, Caesars Foundation, FanDuel, GeoComply, Pavillion Payments, Penn National Gaming, Sands, Venetian, and Wynn Resorts Limited.

Sponsorship collaborations for the conference are being provided by the Chickasaw National Office of the Gaming Commissioner, Konami, DraftKings, Cherokee Nation, IGT, Sands, and The Innovation Group.