Nevada approves new regulations for First Come First Serve


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In regards to Nevada's First Come, First (FCFS) served tag program for turned back tags, new regulations were approved by the Legislative Commission on consent agenda and are now effective.

R072-21CGR 505 – FCFS Prevention of Unfair Advantages, A regulation establishing provisions for suspension for unfair advantages. This regulation authorizes the Department to suspend an account for unfair advantages while using the FCFS program (for example: bots). 

Below is language on the new change:

4. If a person who uses the electronic system to apply for a tag pursuant to subsection 1 abuses the electronic system by attempting to create or by creating an unfair advantage in obtaining the tag, he or she shall be suspended by the Department from applying for any tags remaining for the applicable season. Activities that are cause for such suspension include, without limitation:
(a) The use of a technological program designed to carry out tasks that would otherwise be performed under human supervision;
(b) The use of technology designed to create an unfair advantage;
(c) Multiple logins into a single customer’s account; or
(d) Multiple browser sessions open at a single time.
5. If a person who uses the electronic system to apply for a tag pursuant to subsection 1 abuses the system by making continued and substantial efforts to create an unfair advantage, as described in subsection 4, he or she shall be suspended by the Department from using the electronic system to apply for remaining tags in any future hunting seasons.

Learn more about Nevada's First Come, First Served tag process here

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