LAS VEGAS (AP) — The move to add arcade-style video games to Nevada’s casinos involves ensuring players know what they’re getting into and that rules don’t change mid-game.
But at least one game developer hopes players won’t get bogged down with warnings before they can even place a bet.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board met for a second time Thursday to develop regulations for the new skill-based games anticipated to join the land of chance-based slot machines.
Among proposed requirements are laying out game rules and outcomes up-front.
Stephen Riesenberger with NanoTech Gaming reminds regulators that game players often learn as they go along. He agrees how-to instructions are needed for fairness but listing every rule creates obstacles for developers and players.
Regulators expect to meet again next month to discuss the rules.
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