The state of Nevada is considering a law that, if passed in its current form, would subject online poker cheaters to possible inclusion on the state’s list of banned-for-life casino players.
If enacted in 2023, the bill would go into effect on January 1, 2024. The Nevada Independent he said the language of the bill will likely change over time, as the drafters reportedly did not intend to create a new list of banned casino-goers.
That’s a bizarre situation for a two-page invoice.
In any case, here is the current text of the legislation, Draft law of the assembly n. 380:
“The Commission envisages by regulation the establishment of a list of people who have been suspended or banned from an interactive gaming system for fraud. Any such list is a public record and must include, without limitation, such person’s interactive game account name, full name, and date of birth.
The new regulation must:
“Require each licensed operator of interactive games in this State to report to the Board the name of the interactive game account, full name and date of birth of any person who has been suspended or banned from the interactive game system” .
“Request each operator of interactive games licensed by one or more governments that are signatories to an agreement entered into by the Governor pursuant to section NRS extension 463.747 to report to the Board the interactive gaming account name, full name and date of birth of anyone who has been suspended or banned from the interactive gaming system for fraud. The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to the extent that they would violate the terms of the agreement entered into by the Governor hereunder NRS extension 463,747.”
“To authorize a person to appeal against his list on a show that the person’s name was erroneously included in the list established under this section. The Commission may adopt other regulations it deems necessary to implement the provisions of this section. As used in this section, “cheat” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS extension 465.015.”