In The News: International Center for Gaming Regulation

The Esports Observer
July 7, 2017

Well-known casino and gaming corporation Caesars Entertainment has just opened a brand-new production studio in Las Vegas, and will be planning to feature esports in the new space. Over the weekend, it even hosted its first esports event, a Gears of War pro circuit.

KNPR News
June 29, 2017

If you want to bet on sports legally in this country, you have to be in Nevada. But there’s a chance Nevada could lose that exclusivity.

KNPR News
June 29, 2017

If you want to bet on sports legally in this country, you have to be in Nevada. But there’s a chance Nevada could lose that exclusivity.

Las Vegas Sun
April 11, 2017

Football fans who look forward every year to what players their favorite team selects at the NFL draft can now bet on the outcome in Nevada. But some sports books in Las Vegas expect the new wagering to draw little more attention than Mr. Irrelevant, the last player picked every year.

The Salt Lake Tribune
April 11, 2017

Football fans who look forward every year to what players their favorite team selects at the NFL draft can now bet on the outcome in Nevada. But some sports books in Las Vegas expect the new wagering to draw little more attention than Mr. Irrelevant, the last player picked every year. Nevada gambling regulators have approved for the first time a series of proposition bets — unique wagers offered on specific outcomes — on the draft, which will take place at the end of the month.

KVVU-TV: Fox 5
April 7, 2017

Nevada is currently the only state allowed to perform full-fledged sports gaming operations, but that might change soon.

Huffington Post
March 30, 2017

From the nation’s capital to the global capital of gambling, advocates for the legalization of sports betting celebrated the NFL’s decision this week to allow the Oakland Raiders to relocate to Las Vegas.

Travel Weekly
March 16, 2017

On Feb. 19, an international athletic showdown took over the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. It was the culmination of a five-day tournament that had teams from Denmark, Poland, Germany, Sweden, Canada, Australia, Brazil and the U.S. competing for $450,000 and priceless bragging rights.

Las Vegas Sun
February 13, 2017

An organization co-founded by Downtown Grand Chairman Seth Schorr dedicated to promoting Nevada in the e-sports industry launched on Thursday. The goal of the Nevada Esports Alliance (NVEA) is to advance the development of Nevada as a global e-sports hub as the video gaming and gambling industries continue to overlap.

Las Vegas Review Journal
February 13, 2017

A group of businesses, advocates and academics have formed an association focused on advancing the development of Nevada as a global hub for esports. The Nevada Esports Alliance is a new non-profit organization that plans to boost the state as the center of the convergence of video gaming and the casino industry.