Two More Receive Online Gaming OK In Nevada
Lottomatica And Golden Gaming To Enter Internet Space
Lottomatica Group, which plans to be on the technology side of things for Nevada online gaming, received the OK by the Silver State Gaming Control Board on Thursday.
The company now goes to the Gaming Commission later this month to receive a license.
Lottomatica has two units involved in the commercial gaming industry — GTECH and SPIELO International. In addition to lottery technology, the firm is in the slot machine and online poker business. Nevada is looking at poker for entry into Internet gaming.
In addition to Lottomatica, Sartini Synergy Online also heads to the Commission.
The firm has a few casinos in Nevada, but is perhaps better known for its widespread PT’s Tavern chain, which has gaming devices on location. Golden Gaming will enter the online business as an operator through its subsidiary. It could work with a software provider.
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