Nevada gaming board recommends licensing approval

The board recommended seven licensing approvals. Credits: Eater Vegas

The local regulator has recommended the licensing approval for seven properties in Nevada.

US.- The Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) held its first meeting of the year on Wednesday, where it recommended the approval for licensing at seven properties in the state. The next meeting is scheduled for January 24.

The board gave a unanimous recommendation for approving the licensing request from William Hill. It also recommended the approval for race and sports betting at Jerry’s Nugget in North Las Vegas and four facilities in Las Vegas and Laughlin under Golden Entertainment Inc.

Moreover, it recommended licensing approval for two properties in Reno and Stateline under Eldorado Resorts Inc. The company’s licensing approval includes amending orders of registration for its plan to acquire 20% of William Hill US, a deal that was announced on September 5, Las Vegas Review Journal explained.

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