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Nevada bets on DreamHack Masters Spring with regulatory approval

The Nevada Gaming Control Board released a notice of approval on Wednesday permitting wagers on DreamHack Masters Spring. The exemption will allow the state’s licensed sportsbooks to post and accept bets on the 2020 edition of DreamHack Masters in three different wager types: head to head, match winner, and overall winner. Photo credit: DreamHackRELATED: Behind Askott Entertainment’s big bet on esports markets The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive event, which will see its first match played on May 19th, is the fourth CS:GO event to make an appearance in the Gaming Control Board’s esports portfolio in the last two months. DreamHack Masters Spring will join the likes ESL Pro League, ESL Meisterschaft, and the ESL Rio Major as Nevada esports offerings. Nevada licensees can accept wagers on DreamHack Masters Spring with immediate effect, so long as they abide by the regulatory guidelines outlined by the Control Board. Official rules governing the tournament must be made publicly available via the event organiser or the sanctioning body’s website prior to accepting wagers.

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