SPOTLIGHT: Gambling Goes Wireless in Nevada


Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn signed a bill into law making the use of wireless handheld devices in hotel-casinos legal for gambling. The law is seen by many in the gaming industry as a small step forward for casino companies looking to offer Internet-based gambling. Offshore companies have beaten US casino companies to the punch, launching online gambling services and reaping the rewards while US-based firms continue to face legal obstacles. Article

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