Nevada regulator considers expanding igaming offering beyond poker

| By Conor Mulheir
The Nevada Gaming Control Board has invited the state’s public to provide input on proposed amendments to its regulations that would allow operators to offer a wide range of online casino products instead of just poker.
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Currently, the state offers online sports betting and poker, but other forms of online gaming are not permitted.Changes are to be discussed at the Gaming Control Board’s May 13 hearing. 

The proposed amendments seek to remove provisions limiting interactive gaming to the game of poker, in addition to a number of related and other changes, such as creating definitions of ‘peer-to-peer’ and ‘non peer-to-peer’ gaming.

A significant change to be introduced is the creation of a state-wide list of individuals who have self-excluded from participating in igaming.

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