Nevada SB 346 (SEN BROWER): AN ACT relating to gaming; revising provisions governing the acceptance of certain wagers by a licensed sports pool

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Legislative Counsel’s Digest:

Under existing law, the Nevada Gaming Commission and the State Gaming Control Board are required to perform various acts relating to the regulation and control of gaming. (NRS 463.140) Sections 2 and 3 of this bill define the terms “account wagering system” and “patron” for the purposes of the statutory provisions governing the licensing and control of gaming. Section 4 of this bill provides that on or after January 1, 2015, a licensed sports pool with an account wagering system may accept a wager of more than $1,000 only if the wager is made through the account wagering system.

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