he Nevada Gaming Control Board has issued a statement providing an update to licenses following Governor Steve Sisolak's announcement that the mandatory statewide shutdown would be extended until April 30.
"All gaming devices, machines, tables, games, and any equipment related to gaming activity must be shut down until 11:59pm on April 30, 2020," the statement read.
Pursuant to change subject to further directives, it added: "Additionally, based on the Governor’s Declaration of Emergency originally issued on March 12, 2020, and extended on April 1, 2020, the board hereby approves the temporary closure of all licensed gaming establishments that have ceased operations of all licensed games during the duration of the ordered closure utilizing the provisions in Regulation 9.010(4).
“Upon termination of the Declaration of Emergency Directive 002, the provisions of Regulation 9.010(2) shall apply. Pursuant to Regulation 9.010(5), a temporarily closed establishment still holds a valid gaming license under the same conditions as it operated prior to the temporary closure.”