Nevada regulators approve Real Gaming full launch

Nevada regulators approve Real Gaming full launch

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 Totally Gaming

The Nevada Gaming Control Board has given its approval for Las Vegas-based Real Gaming, formerly known as South Point Poker, to launch a full online poker service in the US state. 

Earlier this year, Real Gaming commenced a soft launch of its online poker website in the state through a partnership with the South Point Casino land-based Las Vegas property. The website was then subjected to almost eight months of testing before last week being given approval to launch by the state’s regulatory body.

The full-service Real Gaming offering in Nevada will be made available to players both online and via mobile devices including smartphones and tablets. 

Real Gaming will now become only the third fully licensed online poker operator to have launched in the state alongside and, both of which have established a solid customer base in Nevada.

The full launch of Real Gaming’s online poker offering comes shortly after the firm last month expanded its operations in the state to allow players to deposit at additional sources. Customers in Nevada are able to deposit cash into their online gaming accounts from any 7-Eleven and Family Dollar store in the state.




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