February 7, 2022 | by Crouse Linwood

Nevada Gov. Signs iGambling Singapore Online Casino Bill


Nevada governor Kenny Guinn on Thursday signed a bill that will officially open the doors for online gambling in the Silver State.


Guinn’s approval comes on the heels of several months of legal wrangling and legislative ‘machinations’ that nearly saw the interactive gaming legislation die in the Senate. The bill was rescued on the eve of the legislature’s final sitting when it was piggybacked onto another gambling bill.


The bill’s signature into law does not mean that brick-and-mortar casinos will be able to launch real-money wagering sites any time soon, however. The Nevada Gaming Commission will first need to draft and adopt regulations governing online gambling. These regulations will deal with issues such as gambling by minors and blocking players from states where gambling is prohibited.


State officials reiterated that they would not defy a federal ban on Internet Singapore Online Casino wagering, but did note that several court challenges in other states may make the gambling ban unenforceable.


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