LOL: Nevada Regulators Get Email

by , Jul 16, 2011 | 1:54 am

You can’t really claim to set the “gold standard” for gambling regulation if your licensees still have to submit their reports via fax. Thankfully, as Harry Reid’s home state of Nevada gets its regulations in order to accommodate online poker and probably more — not to mention the new NV law allowing them to regulate future legal online gambling… the Nevada Gaming Control Board just made a rather major shift not just by allowing email submissions, but requiring them.

Seriously, this shift into the 21st late 20th century dramatically alters daily activity in every Vegas casino with a poker room … Wonder if Nevada Gaming learned about this “email” tactic on their junkets to Alderney.

The Alderney Gambing Control Commission — which will be making its own determination on the fate of Full Tilt Poker later this month — partnered with Nevada regulators in January, shortly after the Reid Bill somehow didn’t pass.

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