First online poker operator licence granted to South Point

08 August 2012

South point will now aim to get the final approval from the Nevada Gaming Commission in August 23rd.

After the company receives the licence this month, al systems will be inspected and tested before it can start to offer real-money online poker.
South point is currently offering free-play online poker since last year but Mark Gaugan, South Point CEO says that the real money software will be different.

Bally Technologies, IGT and Shuffle Master were the first suppliers to receive licences by the Nevada Gaming Commission and are currently developing their own solutions to provide online poker platforms to his clients.

Monarch Interactive also received their preliminary approval on Wednesday.

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