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Hand Held Gambling The Rave In Nevada Casinos. 2005-10-17
Casino companies for sometime now have been trying to better their gaming business, and better to the competition. They were hoping to introduce the use of wireless, handheld gambling devices. The event further stretch was to bring them to Nevada hotels and casinos, promoting internet-based gambling, which federal law prohibits.
A law was signed by Gov. Kenny Guinn, just last month making Nevada the first U.S. state to approve the use of wireless gaming at hotel-casinos. Now gambling can be played when ever and where ever one is. According to the law, the devices can be used only in public areas of casinos that have 100 or more slot machines and offer at least one other type of gambling game. Of course it will take time to figure out the rules for the later distributed casino handhelds. Dennis Neilander, the State Gaming Control Board chairman, says it will be several months to a year before this happens.
One force behind the bill is Cantor Fitzgerald LP, the New York-based financial force, along with Louisiana-based Diamond I Inc., which already has developed its own device. A top slot machine maker, Reno-based International Game Technology, also pushed for legalizing the new product. Nevada is the only state to have this, but New Jersey and Mississippi are not too far behind.
(By Andrea)