Nevada Gaming Control Board: Notice 2022-18 Gaming Device Transaction Reporting


The Nevada Gaming Control Board’s Enforcement Division announces changes, which will
take effect on May 31, 2022, pertaining to the submission of Gaming Device Transactions, a
reporting requirement under Regulation 14.

The Board has developed an electronic version of Gaming Device Transaction Form ENF-126, within the GCB Apps portal. Beginning May 13, 2022, the Enforcement Division will no longer accept emailed, faxed or mailed ENF-126 forms and as of May 31, 2022, licensees must submit all electronic ENF-126 forms through the GCB Apps portal. Any reporting submissions that need to be made between May 13, 2022, and May 31, 2022, will be granted a grace period, however they must be submitted as soon as feasible after the system goes live on May 31, 2022.

The ENF-126 Gaming Device Transaction form will be accessible under Regulatory Forms
within the GCB Apps portal.

These changes will become effective May 31, 2022.
For additional information, please contact the Enforcement Division’s Operations Unit at
[email protected] or 702-486-2224

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