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3G Studio - $20 million online gambling project in Nevada
The online gambling software and video game developer 3G Studio is working to be ready for the legalization of online gambling in both state or federal front and already invested over $20 million dollar in their online gambling project.
3G Studio has partnerships with casino operators to offer its complete online casino software suite including online poker.
The 3G Studio CEO, James Kosta, said at KTVN television that online poker legalization can be a fact of life in Nevada as soon as possible. With the agreement with Eldorado Casino, 3G Studio has already applied for an online poker license in Nevada.
In a recent interview at Gambling911 , James Kosta, CEO of Reno, Nevada based 3G Studio said :
"In terms of forming partnerships, what we really specialize in is the video games like ‘Rock Band’ and (we) always have a direct relationship with the customer.
We are best known for going after the 21 to 45 year-old audience. Typically casino operators really struggle with this market. The people come in, go party and leave. They (the casino operators) are not getting enough people engaged in gambling on the floor. So what we bring to the table is the relationship we have with this audience.The fact is that we are building games that are attractive to that audience.
We are interested in poker and games that become legal, like craps, but we are really less focused on the casino gambler that goes home and logs onto their computer. Whether gambling becomes federally legalized (online) or in other states, I just don’t see this happening. So what we are focused on is introducing social and arcade games that incorporate gambling and use rule sets that have been around for ten if not hundreds of years."