1. NOTICE OF WORKSHOP
  2. PUBLIC COMMENT
  • WORKSHOP AGENDA

IV.PUBLIC COMMENT

 

  1. NOTICE OF WORKSHOP

 

The Nevada Gaming Control Board (Board) will hold a workshop to receive public input on proposed amendments to Nevada Gaming Commission (NGC) Regulations regarding, without limitation, information technology service providers, race books and sports pools, off-track pari-mutuel horse race account wagering, account wagering systems, call center systems, information service license and application requirements, and a book’s responsibility for services provided by an information service.

The public workshop is scheduled as follows:

May 4, 2022

Immediately following the regularly scheduled Nevada Gaming Control Board Meeting,

but no earlier than 2:00pm

Gaming Control Board Offices

Grant Sawyer Building

Hearing Room 2450

555 East Washington Avenue

Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

*And via video conference at

Gaming Control Board Offices

1919 College Parkway

Carson City, Nevada 89706

Interested persons may present statements, arguments or contentions in writing. Written comments should be submitted prior to 5:00 p.m., Monday, May 2, 2022. Comments should be submitted to the Executive Secretary via e-mail at [email protected] The public may attend in person or view the workshop at the time

noticed herein by live stream link located at: https://gaming.nv.gov/index.aspx?page=145. Public comment may be made in person as set forth below in the public comment section.

 

  1. PUBLIC COMMENT

This public comment agenda item is provided in accordance with NRS 241.020(2)(c)(3) which requires an agenda provide for periods devoted to comments by the general public, if any, and discussion of those comments. No action may be taken upon a matter raised under this item of the agenda until the matter itself has been specifically included on an agenda as an item upon which action will be taken.

  • WORKSHOP AGENDA

For Possible Action

2022-03R: CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE RECOMMENDATION TO NEVADA GAMING COMMISSION OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO NEVADA GAMING COMMISSION REGULATIONS 5, 22, and 26C

REGARDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, INFORMATION NT WAGERING SYSTEMS, CALL CENTER SYSTEMS, INFORMATION SERVICE LICENSE AND APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS, AND A BOOK’S RESPONSIBILITY FOR SERVICES PROVIDTECHNOLOGY SERVICE PROVIDERS, RACE BOOKS AND SPORTS POOLS, OFF-TRACK PARI-MUTUEL HORSE RACE ACCOUNT WAGERING, ACCOUED BY AN INFORMATION SERVICE AS SET FORTH BELOW:

 

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION 5.240

PURPOSE: In accordance with NRS 463.145, NRS 463.150, and NRS 463.677, to amend the definition of information technology service provider in Regulation 5.240; and to take such additional action as may be necessary and proper to effectuate these stated purposes.

 

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION 22.010 AND PROPOSED NEW REGULATIONS 22.025 AND 22.215

PURPOSE: In accordance with NRS 463.145, NRS 463.150, to amend the definitions of “account wagering system” and “call center system” in Regulation 22.010; to create a new Regulation 22.025 to provide for information service license and application requirements; to create a new Regulation 22.215 to clarify a licensed book’s responsibilities for services provided to it by a licensed information service; and to take such additional action as may be necessary and proper to effectuate these stated purposes.

 

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION 26C.010

PURPOSE: In accordance with NRS 463.145, NRS 463.150, to amend the definitions of “account wagering system” and “call center system” in Regulation 26C.010; and to take such additional action as may be necessary and proper to effectuate these stated purposes.

All documents and material regarding this item are available at: http://gaming.nv.gov/index.aspx?page=52.

  1. PUBLIC COMMENT

This public comment agenda item is provided in accordance with NRS 241.020(2)(c)(3) which requires an agenda provide for periods devoted to comments by the general public, if any, and discussion of those comments. No action may be taken upon a matter raised under this item of the agenda until the matter itself has been specifically included on an agenda as an item upon which action will be taken.