Charitable Gaming: Arizona House Rules & Knowing Your Limits
Everywhere you go, there are different rules when it comes to gambling. Arizona is no different: fantasy sports, bingo, raffles, casino night, sweepstakes, charity card tournaments, social gambling and races...
- What's legal and illegal?
- What’s grey?
- Where's the line?
- What should be avoided and how can a charity raise funds for their causes and be sure they aren't running afoul of the law?
The Arizona Department of Gaming wants to help. We'll discuss the types of legal and illegal gambling in Arizona, the laws that govern the space and how charitable organizations can stay within the legal limits. We'll also stick around to answer any questions. Come join us and learn the house rules.
Cost to Attend: Free for Alliance Members, $29 for Non-Members
About the Presenter:
Tribal & Government Relations Manager
Arizona Department of Gaming
Aiden serves as the liaison to the Governor's Office and State Legislature specializing in the areas of Tribal Gaming, horse racing, unarmed combat sports and off-reservation illegal gambling.
Before joining The Department of Gaming, Aiden had a stint at the Arizona State Senate and spent nearly six years working for The Arizona Department of Education as a program manager, legislative liaison and finally as a Deputy Associate Superintendent in charge of state policy. He has drafted, lobbied and passed dozens of pieces of legislation, created several statewide programs, managed federal grants and staffed several statutory committees. Aiden has acted as a delegate to China representing the State of Arizona and holds a bachelor's degree from Arizona State University.