- GVC Holdings receives ‘conditional’ Nevada license approval
- GVC clears another hurdle in Nevada license approval
- MGM appoints former Nevada Governor to help sports betting policy efforts
- Nevada Gaming Commission accepts $2m CG Technology settlement
- Nevada considering allowing out-of-state mobile betting
William Hill currently runs 108 of the state’s 190-odd sportsbooks.
GAN – SBTech (nationwide partnership)
Caesars – Scientific Games
888 – Treasure Island
Vegas Golden Knights
(from 2020) Las Vegas Raiders
Leading sportsbook operators
Westgate (world’s largest sportsbook)
What type of licenses are available?
How many skins are permitted per license?
How do you apply for a license?
Information available here: https://gaming.nv.gov/index.aspx?page=48
What are the integrity fees?
What is the current tax rate?
6.75% on GGR
Is there a self-exclusion register in the state?
Not statewide, but individual options. More information available here: https://www.nevadacouncil.org/
Is sports betting legal?
Nevada regulated sports betting back in 1949, and is home to tens of sportsbooks across the state’s casinos, as well as online sports betting options.
Nevada Gaming Control Board
555 East Washington Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Chair: Becky Harris
Is sports betting permitted online?
Yes, most casinos offer online sports betting via apps, although users must be in state to use them.
Is there any specific legislation for daily fantasy sports?
Surprisingly not. DFS was ruled a form of gambling in Nevada back in 2015, prompting FanDuel and DraftKings to vacate the state. DFS is legal in Nevada but operators do require a standard license.
What legislation, if any, is currently pending?