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GVC License Approval Could See Partypoker Offering Online Poker in Nevada
GVC License Approval Could See Partypoker Offering Online Poker in Nevada

The Nevada Gaming Commission is expected to issue GVC a license to offer online poker on May 23.


Nevada Online Poker Companies Need More Time to Test Software
Nevada Online Poker Companies Need More Time to Test Software

Early adopters face thorough testing to assure the successful launch of internet poker.


South Point Poker May Not Be First to Market
South Point Poker May Not Be First to Market

South Point Poker’s dreams of having the new Nevada online poker market to itself for upwards of three months are…


South Point Poker, Monarch Casino Receive First Nevada Online Poker Operator Licenses
South Point Poker, Monarch Casino Receive First Nevada Online Poker Operator Licenses

In a historic though largely ceremonial move, South Point Poker LLC, the online face of Las Vegas’ South Point…


South Point Approval Days Away, NGC Mulls Extra Conditions
South Point Approval Days Away, NGC Mulls Extra Conditions

Nevada Gaming Commission emphasizes “integrity” in new requirements.


South Point Positioned to be First Nevada Casino to Offer Online Poker
South Point Positioned to be First Nevada Casino to Offer Online Poker

On Wednesday, the Nevada Gaming Control Board recommended that South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa be issued an interactive…


South Point Awaits Nevada Suitability Hearing
South Point Awaits Nevada Suitability Hearing

Las Vegas’ South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa’s hopes to be the first Nevada-based “brick and mortar”…


South Point Aims to be First to Offer Online Poker in Nevada
South Point Aims to be First to Offer Online Poker in Nevada

In the race to be first out of the gate with Nevada online poker, developing its own software may prove advantageous for South Point.