Gaming regulations are complex and can vary wildly from region to region. At the same time, approval of gaming as a recreational activity is at an all-time high in the U.S. and Canada.
Gaming is a broader industry than many people realize, comprising casino gambling, racetracks, and sports betting, among other activities. In areas with legal gaming, governments must walk a fine line of creating effective regulations will still allowing this increasingly popular recreational activity to occur.
As the intricacies of licensing and regulatory requirements continue to grow, governments need robust technology to track and manage these ever-changing guidelines.
To learn how technology can simplify the regulatory process, download our guide, Meeting Gaming Regulation Challenges with Technology.