- MGM and Caesars hit with class-action lawsuits over Nevada cyberattacks
- Nevada regulator calls for answers after MGM cyberattack
- William Hill US unveils Liberty-powered Nevada sports betting app
- DraftKings eyeing Nevada sports betting expansion as CEO plays down M&A chatter
- Caesars shutters Nevada sportsbook app amid migration and upgrade
- Nevada Gaming Control Board nets multi-million-dollar tech upgrade fund
- Gaming Control Board working to improve regulatory environment in Nevada
- Caesars issues apology over William Hill’s Nevada Super Bowl betting outage
- Nevada sportsbooks generate $920.9m in handle for October
- Nevada Gaming Control Board chair announces departure ahead of schedule
- Nevada Gaming Control Board looks within for new Enforcement Division chief
- Nevada regulator eyes strengthened cybersecurity standards
- William Hill set for $100k Nevada fine over regulatory failings
- FanDuel one step closer to bringing branded sportsbook to Las Vegas
- PlayUp defeated in latest injunction appeal against former US CEO
- Conversion Corner: Lessons learned from 2021
- Super Bowl LVI betting set to break year-on-year record
- PlayUp legal dispute in new twist with restraining order denial
- Conversion Corner: Understanding how bettors bet
- SEC triumphs in $30m sports betting Ponzi-scheme case
- Eilers & Krejcik Gaming: FanDuel remains top of the apps table
- Conversion corner: The football season is key for player acquisition
- World Series of Poker expands online platform into Pennsylvania
- Nevada Gaming Commission establishing self-exclusion list for online gambling
- Promoted feature: How IGT’s PlaySports technology is driving sportsbook success
- Key questions from New Hampshire Lottery’s case against the DOJ’s Wire Act Opinion
- WynnBET expands into five new states following rebrand
- Digitally native: Is this the end for in-person registration?
- Crypto exchange ZenSports optimistic over Nevada betting license
- Nevada approves esports betting for CS:GO tournament
- Monthly betting revenue round-up: PA enjoys record month while NJ remains top
- MGM president: Roar Digital to turn a profit in next three to five years
- The month in US sports betting – Indiana becomes third largest betting state
- William Hill US acquires CG Technology sportsbook assets
- Nevada September revenues down 8% as handle dips
- Nevada betting revenues up 156% in July
- Delaware monthly sports betting revenue falls 47% YoY
- Nevada betting revenues slip 45% in May
- GVC Holdings receives ‘conditional’ Nevada license approval
- GVC clears another hurdle in Nevada license approval
- MGM appoints former Nevada Governor to help sports betting policy efforts
- Nevada Gaming Commission accepts $2m CG Technology settlement
- Nevada considering allowing out-of-state mobile betting
- William Hill signs first post-PASPA sports team partnership
- Nevada names new Gaming Control Board chair
- Chris Connelly of Contrarian Investments talks to EGR NA
- New Jersey to share liquidity with Nevada and Delaware
- The next generation of DFS or just a fantasy?
- Boyd Gaming launches Nevadaâs first race and sports betting app
- MGM and Stations unveil new mobile apps
Leading sportsbook operators
Westgate (world’s largest sportsbook)
Is sports betting legal?
Nevada regulated sports betting back in 1949, and is home to tens of sportsbooks across the state’s casinos, as well as online sports betting options.
What is the current tax rate?
6.75% on GGR
Nevada Gaming Control Board
555 East Washington Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Chair: Sandra Morgan
Is sports betting permitted online?
Yes, most casinos offer online sports betting via apps, although users must be in state to use them.
Is there any specific legislation for daily fantasy sports?
Surprisingly not. DFS was ruled a form of gambling in Nevada back in 2015, prompting FanDuel and DraftKings to vacate the state. DFS is legal in Nevada but operators do require a standard license