17 February 2014 – Peppermill Resort Spa Casino Reno has agreed to pay a fine of $1 million to the Nevada State Gaming Control Board Gaming Commission after an employee was caught using a “slot machine reset key” or a “2341 key” in order to steal proprietary information from competing Northern Nevada casinos. Ryan Tors, a corporate analyst for the casino, was using the key to gather certain information about specific slots such as percentages, play history, game configuration etc. Tors has been gathering such information since 2011 on behalf of the Peppermill management.
Slot Reset Key Costs Peppermill Casino $1 Million Fine
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