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Nevada Minimum Gambling Age

Nevada Minimum Gambling Age

The minimum age for gambling in Nevada is 21 and the law is strictly enforced. Casinos can be fined heavily by the state or have their license revoked for allowing anyone under 21 to gamble or loiter in gaming areas.

What is Minimum Gambling Age in Nevada?

Nevada state law states that no person under the age of 21 years shall be permitted to:

A. Play, or be allowed to play, any licensed game or slot machine.

B. Place wagers with or collect winning wagers from any licensed Race Book, Sports Pool or Pari-Mutuel operator.

C. Loiter, or be permitted to loiter, in or about any room or premises wherein all licensed game, Race Book, Sports Pool or Pari-Mutuel Wagering is operated or conducted.

Under 21 in Las Vegas Adults cannot play slot machines with kids looking over their shoulder, nor can they park infants in strollers besides slot machines or gaming tables.

Security guards will inform violators of the state law one time and escort them from the premises for repeatedly ignoring warnings.

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