Legal Online Gambling Could Force These Companies to Readjust

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Online gambling has officially been legalized in the state of Nevada after an emergency bill was passed through the Assembly and Senate in an effort to beat New Jersey as the first state to allow online betting.

Governor Brian Sandoval, a former chairman of the Nevada gaming commission, was pleased with his state’s efficient construction and passing of the bill, reports RT. “This is a historic day for the great state of Nevada,” Sandoval said in a statement. Today I sign into law the framework that will usher in the next frontier of gaming in Nevada. This bill is critical to our state’s economy and ensures that we will continue to be the gold standard for gaming regulation.”

There are those who do not share Governor Sandoval’s sentiments, such as Las Vegas Sands (NYSE:LVS), MGM Resorts (NYSE:MGM), and Wynn Resorts (NASDAQ:WYNN), who all rely in part on gambling. Early analysis on the online gambling bill suggests that Nevada will be able to partner with other states to allow citizens across the country to gamble legally (excluding sports betting) from the comfort of their own homes. This would undoubtedly decrease the amount of customers that casino resorts are able to lure to the desert.

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