Nevada Control Board gives Caesars green light for Internet Poker

Caesars Entertainment has been approved by the Gaming Control Board to become Nevada’s second provider of a real cash Internet poker system within the state’s borders.
An announcement by Caesars is expected early in the week.
The green light that the Board has given Caesars to begin accepting cash customers came late last week, according to reliable but unofficial sources familiar with the ongoing efforts to carefully test the systems that will eventually be used by more than two-dozen resort companies and technology suppliers.
Ultimate Gaming, which is mostly owned by Station Casinos has had the Internet spotlight to itself since the April 30, launching of its program known as Ultimate Poker. The momentum that any of the Internet systems develop will depend on imaginative marketing and the success of efforts to develop the largest possible player pool.
Caesars has four of the casino licenses in Atlantic City and can therefore be expected to be a major player, so to speak, when New Jersey launches its Internet gaming system in late November. The Nevada Internet program is limited to poker while the New Jersey approach will offer a full menu of casino games.

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