The Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) announced this week that it has given operators permission to sell wagers on Major League Baseball’s World Series Most Valuable Player award, in accordance with Regulation 22.1201.
Both approved books have been given permission to post and welcome wagers on the World Series Most Valuable Player prize, according to a set of conditions.
To begin, approved books that want to sell these wagers must notify the Enforcement Division of the terms by email at email@example.com, and wagers must be accepted before the first pitch of the World Series.
In addition, all of the audit protocols outlined in Industry Letter 2011-48 must be followed. Although the book retains the right to set the odds, the laws controlling these wagers must be made clear to the public.
Any additional wagers that differ from the winner of Major League Baseball’s World Series Most Valuable Player award for this game would need to be sent and approved separately.
The Willie Mays World Series Most Valuable Player Award is given to the Major League Baseball player who has had the most effect on his team’s success in the World Series, the postseason’s final round.