Nevada gaming revenue in March dropped nearly 40% to $618.1 million.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board recently met to discuss a slew of sports betting topics. In addition to approving William Hill to operate more sportsbooks in Nevada, it cleaned up some technicalities in gaming definitions. While those were the main …
William Hill, which has a sportsbook roster in the triple digits, received a recommendation for approval to operate books at even more NV casinos.
Despite its many gaming violations over multiple years, CG Technology is still in business after the NGC accepted their settlement offer of $2 million.
DraftKings continues to expand their Las Vegas-based office and sportsbook team. The daily fantasy sports (DFS) and sportsbook operator announced the hiring of one of the most respected bookmakers in Las Vegas, Johnny Avello. Most recently, Avello was the director …
September’s Nevada news included a Golden Knights deal with William Hill, a sharp decline in state gaming revenues and Dina Titus’ letter to the House.
CGT Sportsbooks is back in the news after two Nevada betting entity groups that frequented CGT were in hot water with the SEC.
Nevada casinos are going to have to start treating players impaired by drugs the same way they do those intoxicated by alcohol, thanks to changes to the state’s regulations regarding intoxicated gamblers.
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval appointed current state Senator Becky Harris to be the next Chair of the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
Gov. Brian Sandoval announced that Gaming Control Board Chairman A.G. Burnett will stand down on Dec 22. No replacement has been announced yet.