State gaming regulators in Nevada and gaming equipment provider representatives started talks about new rules for use of skill-based slot machines. Additionally, summer workshops on the topic are planned before any regulations are finalised. A.G. Burnett, Gaming Control Board Chairman, said that this kind of regulation was extremely important. He also added that this “is a turning point that could reinvigorate the slot machine floor.” Some of the proposed changes include new elements such as social networking and multiple player platforms on a single slot machine.
Gaming Regulators in Nevada Discuss Rules for Skill-based Slot Machines
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