The fate of a popular bar gaming machine that drew the ire of Nebraska officials remains headed for trial in Lancaster County District Court.
Some of the state's top officials aren't taking any chances when it comes to gambling.
Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning is taking his fight against new video games that offer cash pay-outs to the state Legislature, a move that distributors of a popular new barroom game called a continuation of his "witch hunt."
The companies behind Bank Shot -- the bar game of skill or chance, depending on who you ask -- contended in a court document filed Tuesday that it's in fact a game of skill.
Local business owners are monitoring a dispute that questions the legality of a new videogame sweeping across the state.
Skill or chance? That's the crucial difference. Click here to find out more! The state attorney general's office is asking a judge to rule that a popular video game is illegal.
Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning's office says a new video game sweeping across the state should be stopped because it amounts to illegal gambling.
A Bellevue company has asked a judge to determine whether the controversial Bankshot video games are illegal gambling devices or, as the company maintains, legal games of skill.
The question of whether a new game with large jackpots that is in bars across the state amounts to illegal gambling or a legal game of skill is now before a judge.
The bickering over whether a new barroom video game sweeping across Nebraska amounts to illegal gambling or a legal game of skill has erupted into a full-blown bar fight.