The local commission is set to hold a workshop to solicit comments for possible amendments today.
US.- The Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) is set to hold a workshop today in order to receive public input on proposed amendments to a number of Nevada Gaming Commission (NGC) regulations, such as player registration requirements and regulation of race books, among other things.
The board noticed last week that some of the subjects to be discussed will be: licensee hire and termination reporting; wagering account creation requirements; information dissemination; authorised player registration requirements; suspicious wager reports; regulation of off-track pari-mutuel horse race account wagering; and regulation of race books and sports pools.
One of the purposes of the workshop will be the proposal of an amendment to delete the requirement that pari-mutuel horse race wagers require a wagering account separate from other types of wagering accounts. Moreover, an amendment could also adjust the period in which a book must honour winning betting tickets.