NY Gaming Board Restricts Racino Ads, Echoing Tribal Deal

Law360, New York (November 5, 2013, 5:41 PM EST) -- The New York Gaming Commission voted Monday to approve strict advertising regulations for racinos in the western portion of the state, echoing a June agreement Gov. Andrew Cuomo made with the Seneca Nation of Indians to end a multiyear land-use and revenue-sharing dispute.

Under the regulation, racinos, or racetracks that offer slot machines and other games, in western New York are not allowed to use the terms slots, slot machines, casino or casinos for marketing or any other purpose. It also prohibits the creation of casinos...
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