Nevada Minimum Gambling Age

Wondering what is the gambling age in Las Vegas?

In the state of Nevada, the legal minimum gambling age is 21 years old.

This means that anyone under the age of 21 is not allowed to participate in any form of gambling, including:

  • Engage in, or be granted permission to engage in, any game or slot machine that is authorized.
  • Make bets with or receive winnings from any authorized provider.
  • Hang around, or be allowed to hang around, any area or location where licensed games, Race Books, Sports Pools, or Pari-Mutuel betting is carried out or performed.

Casinos must enforce this rule and may ask for proof of age before allowing anyone to gamble. The penalties for violating the minimum gambling age rule can range from fines to criminal charges.

It is important to note that the minimum gambling age is not just a suggestion but a legally binding regulation enforced in Nevada.

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