The Nevada Gaming Control Board approved bets on Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ESL Pro League Season 11: North America in three bet types.
With this decision, Regulators allow all licensed bookmakers in Nevada to publish and accept bets on the tournament under certain conditions. The Nevada Gaming Control Board has approved bet types for: head to head, each game winner and all season winner.
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Those licensed bookmakers who offer betting on ESL Pro League Season 11: North America must notify the enforcement division by email before the start of each game and stop accepting bets.  In addition, the game results must be based on an “approved source” that complies with the relevant regulations and all applicable examination procedures. Licensed Nevada sports betting may define game odds as long as the rules are made available to the public. Additional markets that do not fall under the three approved bet types for the event require a separate application and approval.
In November 2019, The The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) granted state-licensed sports betting approval to advance betting acceptance for the League of Legends World Cup final. In the current framework of most U.S. guidelines, esports events can only be approved to accept bets in one-off exceptions through an approval process.
Earlier this month the Assembly's Tourism, Games and Art Committee made an application and a bill that would allow permanent legal and legal sports betting. Bill A637 was placed in the hands of the speaker for review.
Esports Insider says: Esports betting has made significant progress in the past few weeks, possibly related to the cancellation of most traditional sports in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic. This approval will give the U.S. gaming market another taste of esport betting at one of CS: GO's key events, and hopefully move closer to allowing full-time esport betting.