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US – IGT PlaySports retail and mobile technology approved in Nevada

International Game Technology’s sports betting PlaySports platform for retail and online sports betting has been approved in Nevada by the Nevada Gaming Control Board. With this approval, IGT’s next-generation sports betting technology stack is approved for deployment throughout the State, enabling more casino operators and their players to benefit from the most widely used sports…

US – Nevada and Indiana give seal of approval to Eldorado/Caesars deal

The merger between Eldorado Resorts and Caesars Entertainment has received the green light from the Nevada Gaming Control Board and the Indiana Gaming Commission paving the way for the completion of the $17.3bn deal to create an even bigger North American casino giant owning 55 casinos in 16 states and several other countries. Gaming regulators…

US – Nevada changes its stance on players wearing masks at table games

The Nevada Gaming Control Board has updated its stance on guests wearing face masks on the gaming floor saying now that all players wanting to play table games must be offered a face-covering upon entering the property and that casinos must have signage throughout the establishment notifying patrons that face coverings are available. Based on…

US – Nevada Gaming Control Board outlines key requirements for when casinos reopen

The Nevada Gaming Control Board has released a document outlining how casinos will have to adapt to new social distancing measures when they eventually reopen with an occupancy limit of no more than 50 per cent of a gaming area’s capacity. Players will not be allowed to ‘congregate in groups around gaming tables’ with social…

US – Nevada sportsbooks get OK to take wagers on eNASCAR

On April 3, 2020,the Nevada Gaming Control Board granted approval to offer wagers on the 2020 eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series, pursuant to the provisions of Regulation 22.1201. Approval is granted for all licensed books to post and accept wagers on the winner, as well as matchups between drivers, of the 2020 eNASCAR iRacing Pro…

US – Nevada Gaming Board wants Steve Wynn declared ‘unsuitable to be associated with the gaming industry’

The Nevada Gaming Control Board wants the Nevada Gaming Commission to ban Steve Wynn from ever being able to have a gaming licence in the city he shaped, saying he ‘is not a person of good character, honesty, and/or integrity’ and is ‘unsuitable to be associated with a gaming enterprise or the gaming industry as…

US – Nevada Gaming Control Board says Wynn CEO ‘remains in good standing’

Following its in-depth investigation of Wynn Resorts, the Nevada Gaming Control Board has said that CEO Matt Maddox was ‘found suitable as an officer of Wynn Resorts, Limited in Nevada in January 2010, and remains in good standing with the Nevada Gaming Control Board.’ Wynn Resorts Chairman of the Board, Phil Satre, said: “In the…

US – Bulletproof licensed in Nevada to conduct cybersecurity testing

Canadian-based Cybersecurity firm Bulletproof has been given a Class II license from the Nevada Gaming Control Board. This license adds to the multiple licenses the GLI-owned company already holds throughout the US and Canada. With the overload of data being generated by their security systems, many gaming operators and their IT teams struggle to stay…

US – Wynn Resorts to pay settlement for turning a blind eye

Executives at Wynn Resorts ignored the behaviour of their then boss Steve Wynn for more than a decade as he was accused of sexually harassing cocktail girls, salon workers and flight attendants that he employed, according to allegations contained in a report by the Nevada Gaming Control Board. Agreeing to pay an as yet unknown…