Regulating the Game Sydney 2024 announced Thursday a collaboration with Australian gambling company Tabcorp, which has been designated Gold Sponsor of the event. "This alignment signifies a shared dedication to contributing to the future of gambling regulation through dialogue, best practices, and innovation," said the conference's organizers.
Spanning an intensive 5-day itinerary, Regulating the Game aims to serve as a nexus for Australian and global regulators and industry. Its organizers note that the event's mission is to inspire ethical leadership and compliance excellence, supercharge individual and organizational capabilities, deepen sector understanding, and spearhead the dialogue on exemplary gambling regulation standards.
Beyond showcasing expertise, the event stands as a platform for debates, addressing public policy challenges, and championing innovation, continuous improvement, and regulatory and sector leadership.
Adam Rytenskild, Managing Director and CEO of Tabcorp, said: "Aligning with Regulating the Game Sydney 2024 as the Gold Sponsor is a testament to Tabcorp's commitment to the industry's future. We're not just here to lead but to engage, challenge, and co-create a path towards effective regulation and responsible resilient, and thriving wagering and gaming landscape."
Regulating the Game asserts that it is an advocate for active stakeholder participation, promoting diverse perspectives to enrich public policy deliberations. Its goal is to influence robust regulatory strategies by pooling insights, challenging sector issues, and fostering a culture of continuous learning and ethical leadership.
"Attendees are primed to delve deep into regulatory principles, industry practices, and emerging challenges, while also actively participating in shaping evidence-based public policy dialogues," organizers said.
"Tabcorp's sponsorship is not just a collaboration; it's a powerful statement about the conference's pivotal role in cultivating compliance excellence, shaping policy and regulatory discourse, and supporting a sustainable and thriving sector."