Nev. approves mobile gambling for casinos

The Nevada Gaming Commission passed mobile gambling regulations that allows handheld devices can be used for games in casino public areas. While major casinos are taking a wait-and-see attitude, mobile gaming companies are pushing ahead, saying they can offer a casino revenue enhancement because that means people will be gambling while lounging at the pool or eating at a restaurant. Of course, such a move could lead to minors gambling or Internet betting that is barred by state law. The process of certifying systems and having field trials will take at least several months.

To read more about the Nevada Gaming Commission's mobile gaming regulations:
- check out this report from AP

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