Tag Archives: Nevada gaming control board
- Galaxy Gaming withdraws bid for Nevada gaming license
July 14, 2017
Deciding to evade a potential major regulatory hurdle, Galaxy Gaming Inc. has opted to take back its application for a license to develop and distribute new games in Nevada. On Thursday, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that the Nevada Gaming Control Board agreed to refer Galaxy Gaming’s licensing request back...
- ESIC sign information sharing deal with Nevada Gaming Control Board
March 2, 2017
The eSports Integrity Coalition has signed an Information Sharing Memorandum of Understanding with the Nevada Gaming Control Board in a bid to get ahead of any potential cheating as eSports grows as a sport in Nevada. I saw two kids stealing soda in the supermarket, this morning. It was almost...
- Nevada casinos back in the black for first time since 2008
January 15, 2017
Nevada casinos posted profits in fiscal 2016, the first time the industry has been in positive territory since before the Great Recession. This week, the Nevada Gaming Control Board released their annual Nevada Gaming Abstract, which showed the 273 gaming venues that earned more than $1m in revenue in the...
- Nevada regulators investigating Las Vegas Sands’ use of VIP ‘shills’
October 25, 2016
Nevada gaming regulators are investigating reports that casino operator Las Vegas Sands allowed the use of ‘shills’ to conceal the identities of Chinese VIP gamblers. Last month, Reuters reported that Sands was suing two Nevada housekeepers to collect $6.4m in gambling debts the two Chinese nationals had allegedly run up...
- CG Technology underpaying scandal costs CEO Amaitis his job, company $1.5m
July 21, 2016
Nevada sportsbook provider CG Technology (CGT) has agreed to pay a $1.5m fine and say goodbye to its CEO after being caught ignoring software glitches that underpaid bettors around $700k. In May, the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) filed a formal complaint against CGT, accusing it of (a) failing to...
- CG Technology’s Nevada gaming license in jeopardy for ignoring software glitch
May 18, 2016
Sportsbook operator CG Technology (CGT) could lose its Nevada gaming license after being accused of ignoring a software glitch that miscalculated thousands of parlay wagers over a three-and-a-half-year period. On Monday, the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) filed a formal complaint against CGT, alleging that the company had been aware...
Galaxy Gaming withdraws bid for Nevada gaming license
July 14, 2017
MGM Resorts CEO James Murren’s pay jumps to $16.6M
April 20, 2017