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Publications

IMGL publishes six major full-color publications as well as other journals.

American Gaming Lawyer (formerly Casino Lawyer), Asian Gaming Lawyer, Canadian Gaming Lawyer, European Gaming Lawyer, ​Indian Gaming Lawyer, and La Ley Del Juego (the Law of the Game) are all published twice yearly and are read by a total of more than 35,000 print subscribers in North America, Europe, and beyond. The magazines are also read by thousands of additional viewers at this IMGL website and are distributed at major trade shows, events and global gaming conferences. 

Use the resources on this website to view and download full current and past issues of these fine publications — or take advantage of our website feature that allows you to view and download individual articles.

Click here for a full list of article submission deadlines and editor contacts for all publications

American Gaming Lawyer Spring 2017

American Gaming Lawyer (formerly Casino Lawyer) is published each spring and autumn by the International Masters of Gaming Law. It is IMGL’s first magazine and it has global outreach. It is read by more than 10,000 print subscribers in North America and beyond, as well as by thousands more who read it online at the IMGL Web Site. American Gaming Lawyer has bonus trade show distribution at ICE, GiGSE, iGNA, G2E Asia, IMGL Spring and Autumn Conferences, G2E in addition to other global gaming conferences.

Mailed to all IMGL members, targeted subscribers of Global Gaming Business magazine and by request.

Submit articles (that have not previously been published) to Editor Sue McNabb at [email protected]

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European Gaming Lawyer Autumn 2016

European Gaming Lawyer is published each Spring and Autumn for the IMGL by iGaming Business, who specialize in publishing and providing high level information to the iGaming sector through magazines, events, websites and intelligent reports. It is read by 25,000 print subscribers and digital users. European Gaming Lawyer has trade show distribution at ICE (London); GiGSE, IMGL Spring & Autumn Conferences; G2E Asia, iGaming Supershow, G2E, EiG, EEGS and other industry events. The magazine features articles written with in depth insight into the legal situation in the varied gaming jurisdictions in Europe.

Mailed to all IMGL members, subscribers of iGaming Business magazine and by request.

Submit articles (that have not previously been published) to Editor Nick Nocton at [email protected]

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Canadian Gaming Lawyer Summer 2017

Canadian Gaming Lawyer (CGL) is published each summer and fall for the IMGL by MediaEdge in partnership with the Canadian Gaming Association. CGL occupies the center section of the summer and fall issues of Canadian Gaming Business, each of which are mailed to over 4,250 gaming industry leaders and decision makers throughout Canada and North America. The magazine also has bonus trade show distribution at ICE (London), Canadian Gaming Summit, Global Gaming Expo (Las Vegas), G2E Asia (Macau) and IMGL spring & autumn conferences.

Mailed to all IMGL members, subscribers of Canadian Gaming Business magazine and by request.

​Submit articles (that have not previously been published) to Editor Michael Lipton at [email protected].
For advertising rates, contact Sue McNabb at [email protected].

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La Ley del Juego Autumn 2016

La Ley del Juego (LLDJ) is published by the IMGL two times per year in the Spanish language. It is mailed to hundreds of gaming professionals throughout Spain, Central and South America and to colleagues in the Spanish speaking community. It is available for reading online at the IMGL Web Site. LLDJ addresses issues unique to these emerging markets. It has special trade show distribution at ICE, GES LatAm, SAGSE, IMGL Spring and Autumn Conferences, IAGR AND G2E.

Mailed to IMGL members, targeted subscribers of Global Gaming Business magazine and by request.

​Submit articles (that have not previously been published) to Editor Santiago Asensi at [email protected] or Alfredo Lazcano at [email protected].

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Asian Gaming Lawyer Spring 2017

International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) and Asia Gaming Brief (AGB) are proud to announce their partnership on Asian Gaming Lawyer - the latest addition to the IMGL suite of publications.

​Submit articles (that have not previously been published) to Co-Editors Wai-Ming Yap at [email protected] and Jorge Godinho at [email protected].

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Indian Gaming Lawyer Spring 2017

Indian Gaming Lawyer is a new magazine that is published twice a year by the International Masters of Gaming Law.

This publication is mailed to all IMGL members and to others by request.

Submit articles (that have not previously been published) to Editor Dennis Whittlesey at [email protected]

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Gaming Law Review October 2016

Gaming Law Review (GLR) is the leading peer-reviewed journal addressing important legal, regulatory, and economic issues facing today's gaming industry. GLR is cited more often by legal courts than any other journal. The journal provides the latest developments in legislation, regulation, and judicial decisions affecting gaming around the world, including state, federal, and tribal developments in the U.S.

IMGL members receive a discount on a subscription to Gaming Law Review and Economics. Visit your membership portal to learn more and subscribe today.

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Read these top-read articles today:
I Think ICANN: How Will Changes in Internet Governance Affect Online Gaming?
Martin D. Owens Jr.

The Revolt of the Damned: U.S. Gamblers Make an Unapologetic Appearance in National Politics
Martin D. Owens Jr.

Gambling in American Prisons​
Robert M. Jarvis

Card Counting and the Casino's Reaction
Grant Uline

GLR is currently seeking original contributions on the following topics related to esports:

  • History, evolution, economic analyses, and future prospects for esports
  • Legal issues, including match fixing concerns and pending litigation
  • Regulatory questions and challenges, particularly in countries esports may fall under the jurisdiction of gaming commissions
  • Legislative efforts

Deadline for submission is June 30, 2017

Please address any questions to:
Managing Editor, Dawn Wagner
Editor-in-Chief, Sue Schneider
Guest Editor, Brett Abarbanel

View the call for articles
Click here for more information on manuscript submission
Articles should be between approximately 1,800 and 10,000 words (very roughly, 5 - 30pp in Word), inclusive of titles, section heads, and foot- or endnotes—either foot- or endnotes are acceptable. Articles should be well-supported by citations to caselaw, statutes, regulations, treatises, other journal articles, and/or the media, should be structured like a typical law review article, and should use Blue Book formatting—though we will copyedit formatting, so authors do not need to worry too much about this. We can publish black-and-white or greyscale charts, graphs, tables, and even photographs; such are welcome but not required. Articles can be about the law (present, historical, or recommended future) in regards in gaming, the economics of the gaming industry or its effect on its community, on gaming technology, and/or on social issues revolving around gaming.

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