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Nevada Gaming Control Board Recommences Testing Gaming Technology

In 2013, the Nevada Legislature authorized independent test labs (ITL) registered with the Nevada Gaming Commission to test gambling games and gaming technology that would be used in Nevada for compliance with the Nevada regulatory requirements.

Effective April 1, 2017, manufacturers may request either the Nevada Gaming Control Board (Board) Technology Division or a registered ITL to test new associated equipment, cashless wagering systems, mobile gaming systems, interactive gaming systems, or gaming devices. Manufacturers continue to be required to obtain ITL inspection and certification for any new gambling games and/or routine modifications to any of the foregoing types of gaming technology or to gambling games.

The industry notice is available here.

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Mark Clayton, Greenberg Traurig Law Firm, Las Vegas, Gaming Law Attorney
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Mark A. Clayton is an attorney the Global Gaming Practice and has wide-ranging experience in the gaming industry and focuses his practice on gaming operational and regulatory matters, including those related to land-based gaming, internet gaming and the manufacturing and distribution of gaming equipment. He also focuses on legislation and regulatory projects and represents clients with gaming matters in U.S. and international jurisdictions. Prior to joining the firm, Mark served as counsel for three casino corporations. He is a former member of the Nevada Gaming Control...

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Erica L. Okerberg focuses her practice on gaming law, including licensing and regulatory work; and promotional law, including sweepstakes and social gaming. Erica's experience includes: preparing and coordinating gaming applications and gaming renewals for individuals and entities in the U.S. and international jurisdictions; representing clients during the preparation and adoption of Nevada gaming regulations; preparing materials for sweepstakes, contests, and other promotional offers; as well as counseling clients regarding social gaming and skill games.

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