You could Google "Robert Saucier + California Gaming" and "Washington State". He had some strange deals in Washington (owned a casino and got burned..)
Galaxy was obviously trying to add something to their portfolio to begin this process. If there weren't trying to add a shuffler or electronic table, or something, they would not have applied for this license to begin with. They would have kept going as they were. Big hit to Galaxy, and will have other jurisdictions rethinking their license of Galaxy.
California does not equal Nevada.
May be there is justice in Nevada Gaming Board under the new leadership.
Galaxy has the former Control Board chairman and state Sen. Mark Lipparelli as a financial consultant, and then the current Board members plan to reject their application. Politics is not as usual and Mark Lipparelli is losing it...
I believe this was an application for a Manufacturing License in NV iirc from previous earnings conference calls...I don't believe you need an NGCB license to distribute live table game content.