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Nevada Poker Site Gets OK To End Trial Period

Real Gaming Receives Regulatory Approval This Week


One of Nevada’s poker sites got the OK this week to end its trial period.

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, South Point’s online poker website, Real Gaming, which went live in February, is in the clear to begin full operations.

According to PokerScout, Real Gaming’s online poker traffic has been almost non-existent lately. Maybe the approval can lead to increased traffic.

Real Gaming offers cash games and tournaments on mobile and desktop devices.

Last month, Real Gaming annouced that it has a partnership with 7-Eleven stores in Nevada, which would allow customers to deposit onto the poker site in-person at the locations.

The firm also announced that players can deposit at any Family Dollar store in the Silver State. To make a deposit on-site at any of these locations, the process requires customers to print or download to a mobile device a payment barcode from

Originally slated to be called “South Point Poker”, the company re-branded last year.

The state’s three sites—, Ultimate Poker and Real Gaming—had combined revenues (rake) of $742,000 for August, the lowest since the state began release revenue figures in February.