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Earlier this week Nevada's Gaming Control Board completed the Minimum Control Standards that will be required for operators to abide by when the law goes into effect.
The board also announced that it is reinforcing its approval of the final Technical Standards which were put into place several weeks ago. The standards are set to be implemented in March.
Areas covered in the Minimum Control Standards include: registration information required from players, ID verification, penalties for false reporting of information, operator requirements, and financial arrangements.
As of the writing of this article 13 different companies have applied for Nevada licensing, all of which are being reviewed by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.