Nevada to permit wagering on Counter-Strike ESL Pro League
The Nevada Gaming Control Board has given its approval for licensed operators in the state to begin accepting bets on esports competition, the ESL Pro League Season.
Consumers will be able to place legal wagers on Counter-Strike: Global Offensive competition’s ESL Pro League Season 11: North America series, following the regulator’s decision.
Approved bet types include head-to-head, the winner of each match and also the overall season winner for the tournament.
Operators must first inform the regulator’s Enforcement Division that they will be offering wagering on the event. Those wanting to offer other wagers in addition to those set out by the regulator will require separate application and approval.