BMM Testlabs, a company lauding itself as the most experienced private independent gaming certification lab in the world, will be allowed to check casino equipment in the state of Nebraska. BMM Testlabs Forays into Nebraska The certification expert has successfully received approval from the Nebraska Racing and Gaming Commission. Now
The Ogallala City Council and Keith County Board of Commissioners approved this week plans for a $100 million project that would be built by the same gaming company that’s building a casino at Fonner Park in Grand Island. The move was done in anticipation of a potential allowance of further
A bill in Nebraska proposes to introduce lottery ticket sales via vending machines. New Bill Proposes Changes to Rules for Selling Lottery Tickets Nebraska is one of the US states that has restricted casino gambling to Tribal operators. The state also offers wagering on horse racing, as well as lottery.
Posted on: January 5, 2022, 12:00h. Last updated on: January 5, 2022, 12:02h. Nebraska casinos are in development after voters signed off on a ballot referendum in 2020. The state’s Racing and Gaming Commission approved governing rules for commercial gambling last month, but a forthcoming bill seeks to determine where
This Friday, the Nebraska Racing and Gaming Commission voted to approve rules for casinos at the state’s horse racing tracks, according to the Lincoln Journal-Star. The rules must be signed off on by the state attorney general and governor, then will go to the Secretary of State before becoming effective. “This
Nebraska is edging closer to introducing casinos at racetracks. During a hearing of the state Racing and Gaming Commission, a 67-page document containing the rules of a framework for legalizing casinos was introduced with up to six licensed tracks eligible to open casinos. This includes Lincoln, and while the rules
T he Nebraska Racing & Gaming Commission announced last Wednesday a final draft of casino regulations is set to be released this week, on November 12. The news came a year after voters in the state approved casino gambling at Nebraska’s horse racing tracks. Tom Sage, executive director at the