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Sixty-five players participated in the first freeroll. Four players joined up for the first WSOP paid tournament--a $5.50 NLH game.
Two Days Ahead of Official Launch, Real-Money Play Goes Live for Early Signups

The first cash game hands and tournaments get underway on Caesars Interactive’s real-money online poker site in Nevada.

South Point Poker, Monarch Interactive and ACEP Interactive have all requested a further six month extension to bring their online poker ambitions online.
South Point, Monarch, ACEP Request Nevada iGaming License Extension

Another six months requested.

New signup page on allows for account verification, and soon real money deposits.
South Point’s Real Gaming Opens Up Pre-Launch Account Verification

Ultimate Poker’s first competitor inches closer to launch.

In prepared remarks for its second quarter financial results,  Caesars CEO and President Gary Loveman stated that Caesars Interactive Entertainment is still preparing its Nevada launch, but no more specifics were revealed.
CIE Still “Preparing to Launch” in Nevada

In prepared remarks for its second quarter financial results, Caesars CEO and President Gary Loveman stated that…

Both the state Senate and Assembly voted to pass the bill with no objections. If signed the Nevada Gaming Commission would be responsible for making recommendations on which governments would make good iGaming partners.
Nevada Votes to Allow International, Tribal Compacts

An amendment to the Nevada internet gaming law that would allow the state to enter into online gaming agreements with…

World Series of Poker starts in two weeks, and probably without an online poker counterpart for Nevada.
Caesars to launch Nevada Real Money Poker by Summer

Team “hard at work” completing the steps necessary to launch Nevada-licensed

MGM has not committed to participating in online poker in Nevada. The company would have preferred federal regulation.
MGM Cautious About Online Poker in Nevada

Do not expect MGM Resorts International to be the next to launch an online poker site in Nevada’s newly regulated…

World Series of Poker officials have extended a public invitation to players to help test the new poker site. Looks for Nevada Beta Testers

As Nevada’s new real-money online poker inches closer to becoming live, World Series of Poker officials have…

888 and Treasure Island approved for Nevada internet poker
Real-Money WSOP Online a Step Closer: 888, Treasure Island Approved in Nevada

The Nevada Gaming Commission continued issuing interactive gaming licenses on Thursday. The latest recipients, 888 US…

Nevada online poker regulators solicit ideas on interstate compacts
Nevada Crowdsources Ideas for Interstate Compact Regulations

Nevada Gaming Commission seeks business and public input on regulations for interstate online poker regulations.

The companies are expected to appear for a final rubber stamp from the Nevada Gaming Commission on March 21.
888 and Treasure Island Recommended for Online Poker Licenses in Nevada

Nevada gaming officials essentially added two more names to its long list of interactive gaming licenses on Wednesday,...

Treasure Island will partner with 888 for online poker.
Treasure Island, 888 Next Up for Nevada License Application Hearing

Nevada’s Gaming Control Board has scheduled a public hearing next week for the interactive license application of…

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