NEVADA

REQUIREMENTS AS OF
OCTOBER 19th, 2010

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STATE OF NEVADA REQUIREMENTS FOR
Promoters of Amateur Kickboxing and/or Mixed Martial Arts Events


  1. EVENT NOTIFICATION
    When a Promoter desires to request an event permit from the Nevada Athletic Commission, please send (via Mail: 555 E. Washington Ave., Suite 3200, Las Vegas, NV, 89101, FAX: 702-486-2577, or E-Mail: boxing@boxing.nv.gov ) a written letter of request listing:
  2. EVENT REGISTRATION
    All amateur MMA events MUST be pre-registered with Mixed Martial Arts, LLC at abc.mixedmartialarts.com
    It is THE PROMOTERS RESPONSIBILITY and on-going duty to register their events at abc.mixedmartialarts.com and pay any applicable fees. Once they register their event, they will be provided with details on using the registry.
    It may be wise to have a member of the Amateur MMA sanctioning organization with whom you work as an authorized user of your account with Mixed Martial Arts, LLC so that the sanctioning organization can review the proposed match-ups and suspensions.


  3. INSURANCE
    Promoters of amateur events shall provide Primary insurance coverage in the amount of $25,000.00 or more for each unarmed combatant to provide medical, surgical and hospital care for unarmed combatants who are injured while engaged in an amateur contest or exhibition.
    The terms of the insurance coverage must not require the contestant to pay a deductible for the medical, surgical or hospital care for injuries he or she sustains while engaged in a contest or exhibition.


  4. MEDICAL STAFF & AMBULANCE
    An event of unarmed combat must not be held unless an ambulance is present at the site of the event and able and available to transport an unarmed combatant to a medical facility, and at least one licensed physician (M.D. or D.O.). If the ambulance leaves the event to transport an unarmed combatant to a medical facility, the event must not continue until another ambulance is present and available. It is the Promoter And Sanctioning Bodies responsibility to ensure that an ambulance and at least one licensed physician are present at all times any bout is taking place.


  5. RESULT REPORTING
    It is the Amateur Sanctioning Bodies Responsibility to timely submit a list of the complete results of the event (with a list of the ring officials used) to the Commission within 2 business days of the event.


  6. TICKET REPORTING
    Submission of the Promoters ticket report must be made to the Commission office within 10 days of your event. Submission of gate fees owed must be made to the Commission office within 20 days of your event.



QUESTIONS
If you have any questions regarding these issues please feel free to contact me (702) 485-2582 or via email at kkizer@boxing.nv.gov
Thank you, Keith Kizer


Nevada Boxing Website - boxing.nv.gov



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