The World Regulatory Briefing, part of the International Casino Exhibition (ICE 2024) in the United Kingdom, is scheduled from Feb. 5-8. Minister Nally is responsible for Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis, which regulates all gaming in the province.
The conference is an opportunity for government officials and industry experts to understand what the trends in the global gaming industry are, how to attract new markets, and how new regulations and technologies are improving consumer protection for those who participate in online gaming. It is also an opportunity to learn the best path forward while developing a provincial iGaming strategy. An estimated 167 countries will be participating in the conference.
“Industry leaders and policymakers from around the world will be in one place during this conference. As we get rolling on developing a provincial iGaming policy, this will be a huge opportunity to gather ideas and knowledge from people who have already been down this path.”
Minister Nally will be joined by one staff member. Mission expenses will be posted on the travel and expense disclosure page.
Alberta’s government is committed to working with national and international partners to advance shared interests and create opportunities for people and businesses in Alberta and around the world.
- In Alberta, Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis (AGLC) is responsible for regulating, protecting the integrity of, and maintaining accountability for Alberta’s gaming activities.
- Currently, PlayAlberta is the province’s only legal, regulated iGaming site, which is operated under the direction and management of AGLC.
- Minister Nally’s mandate letter tasked him to work with Indigenous partners to finish developing and implementing Alberta’s iGaming strategy, with a focus on responsible gaming and provincial and Indigenous revenue generation.
Itinerary for Minister Nally*
*Subject to change.
- Information about the ICE gaming conference
- Minister Nally’s mandate letter
- About gaming in Alberta | AGLC