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Charitable Gaming: Arizona House Rules and Knowing Your Limits (VIRTUAL)

Charitable Gaming: Arizona House Rules and Knowing Your Limits (VIRTUAL)

Wednesday, August 28, 2024 (9:00 AM - 10:30 AM) (MST)

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Everywhere you go, there are different rules when it comes to gambling. Arizona is no different. Please join us for an overview of regulated gaming and exceptions to regulated gaming in Arizona (tribal gaming, event wagering & fantasy sports, charitable, social, and amusement gambling, etc.).

  • What's legal and illegal? 
  • Who qualifies?
  • What are the specific rules?
  • What should be avoided and how can a charity raise funds for their causes and ensure they are not violating state 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.


Dayne O'Brien:

Dayne O'Brien serves as the Public Information Officer and as one of the Tribal Liaisons at the Arizona Department of Gaming. He began his career at the Department as a legislative intern before advancing to Communications Project Specialist and eventually Public Information Officer. O'Brien attended Mesa Community College and graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science, as well as a certificate in Civic Education. He is certified in Public Information Basics and is currently a fellow with Govern for America's 2024 Cohort.


Andrew Hawkes:

Andrew Hawkes is an Assistant Director of Business Administration at the Arizona Department of Gaming. He currently oversees Finance, Communications, Procurement, Fleet, Facilities, and Travel. Hawkes' education includes a Bachelor’s in Accounting from the WP Carey School of Business at ASU and a Master’s in Accounting from Grand Canyon University. He also leads the Department of Gaming in Strategic Planning and Continuous Improvement initiatives.

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Wednesday, August 28, 2024 (9:00 AM - 10:30 AM) (MST)
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