IGT gets initial approval for Internet gaming license

IGT gets initial approval for Internet gaming license

Friday, June 8, 2012 Totally Gaming

International Game Technology has been recommended for approval by Nevada's state Gaming Control Board. IGT joins Bally Technologies in being approved by the Control Board, and must now submit its  technologies to the state for testing to see if they work.


Robert Melendres, executive vice president of IGT, said interactive gaming will help Nevada remain in the forefront of the gaming picture, adding that 400 employees will be working on the online technology and business.

He stressed IGT does extensive investigations to determine if interactive gaming is allowed in countries before setting up operation. And it also looks to see if the regulatory system is tight.
 

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