IAGR2019 speaker profile

Keith Whyte

Keith Whyte

Executive Director, National Council on Problem Gambling (US)

Keith S. Whyte is Executive Director of the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) in Washington, D.C. He has over 23 years of national experience in gaming issues.

Recognised widely for his expertise in responsible gaming and problem gambling policy, Mr. Whyte has been invited to give presentations in 39 US states and 21 countries. He has testified before the United States Congress four times and appeared before numerous other national, state, tribal, and local legislative and regulatory bodies. Keith is frequently quoted in the national and international media. 

His previous employment includes the American Gaming Association, American Bar Association, US Department of Health and Human Services. 


Revolutionary responsible gambling: Innovative approaches for regulators

Innovations in responsible gaming policy and technology are occurring at a rapid pace, but application is uneven as stakeholders grapple with numerous challenges.

Drawing from and expanding upon real examples from across the globe, this session will provide practical solutions for the present while exploring the implications of trends in big data, payments, loyalty programs and new products.

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International Association of Gaming Regulators
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