Nevada gambling regulators reviewed, during last Thursday the 27.1, proposed rules for cell gambling devices that would allow many casinos to deploy cell gambling services for the millions of gamblers that go to Las Vegas every year. The Nevada Gaming Commission is moving forward to review the appropriate policy after the Legislature voted for a law authorizing the devices last June.
Commission Chairman Peter Bernhard stated that the new policy being carefully measured would permit gamblers to wage via cell gambling devices at specific areas where such activity is authorized by the Nevada Gaming Commission. As for now the criterions are that the area would consist of no less than 100 slots and one other casino game. Such criterions are meant to prevent excessive use of cell gambling devices, though with special permission casinos may deploy cell gambling services at other areas.
The cell gambling devices would be connected to a key casino server. This new cell gambling feature is thought to be of assistance to Nevada’s casinos to compete with Indian casinos, online casinos and resorts away in the country and around the globe.