United States Top Sites for Regulation And Organizations

    US Off-Track

    Wagering on thoroughbreds, greyhounds and harness racing.


    American Gaming Association

    Addresses federal legislative and regulatory issues affecting the casino industry, such as taxation, travel and tourism.


    Gambling Commission

    Regulatory body for casinos, bingo clubs, gaming machines and the larger society and all local authority lotteries in Great Britain.


    Gaming Standards Association (GSA)

    An international trade association representing manufacturers, suppliers, and operators that facilitates the identification, definition, development, promotion, and implementation of open standards to enable innovation, education, and communication in the



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    iGaming North America Conference

    A networking and educational event designed to introduce the land-based gaming businesses of North America to the global iGaming industry.


    Gaming Meets

    Directory of over 1,000 gaming events worldwide including trade shows, conferences and seminars. Sections include land gaming, Indian gaming, online gaming, affiliate marketing, legal and regulatory, responsible gaming, and lottery events.


    Gaming Floor

    Casino trade and industry news, products and suppliers, employment resources, conferences and exhibitions.


    Casino Marketing Conference

    A senior-level conference addressing marketing challenges across all facets of the gaming industry, including commercial casinos, tribal casinos and racetrack casinos.


    Nevada Resort Association

    Represents the Nevada gaming and resort industry and provides information, perspective and industry insight for decision makers throughout the state.


    Arizona Indian Gaming Association (AIGA)

    Established by Arizona tribal leaders, the Association is committed to advancing the lives of Indian peoples – economically, socially, and politically – so Indian tribes in Arizona can achieve their goal of self-reliance.