Carpino of Connecticut, Louis of New Mexico to Join NCLGS Board
National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (NCLGS), announces a new leadership slate for 2021 to advance the critical goal of promoting best practices in gaming policy. Carpino, Louis to take over from Coley, Iden.
Winter Meeting Rescheduled
The Winter Meeting of National Council of Legislators from Gaming States is taking all necessary precautions to protect our attendees and will be postponing the winter event to December 12 to 14, 2021 at the Hyatt Regency in Austin, Texas.
7.29 Webinar - US Lotteries: Time to Rethink, Reinvent?
The Lottery model, which has been in place in the US for more than a half-century, has worked well and generated billions of dollars for worthy causes. Our team of experts will discuss whether the current model is still the best one, as new technologies, new forms of gaming, and new demographic challenges emerge.
8.26 Webinar - Gaming and Public Policy: Optimizing Economic, Urban Development
Gaming is a product of the political process, which governs everything from tax rates to the location of casinos. Policies that were established for political purposes have been in place for years, in some instances for decades. Is it time to re-think those policies?
9.30 Webinar - Commercial, Indian Gaming: Finding Common Ground, Forging Partnerships
Indian gaming has evolved into a major national industry unto itself, generating more than $40 billion in gaming revenue and creating opportunities for tribal members and communities from coast to coast. How can the relationship between states and tribes evolve and improve to identify common interests and pursue common goals?
10.28 Webinar - Expanding Gaming Landscape: New Entrants, New Challenges
The growth of non-gaming revenue and the expansion of new forms of digital gaming, esports and sports betting creates new opportunities and challenges. New entrants – from restaurant chains to sports teams and beyond – are seeking their spot in the legal gaming firmament.