MGM Resorts - Nevada online gaming license
MGM Resorts International, Z4 Poker LLC and CAMS LLC are waiting for the final decision by Nevada Gaming Commission (NGC) to operate online gaming websites in the Nevada State.
MGM Resorts will offer a free-to-play website in a partnership with bwin.party. The website that will mix social media and online casino games is called myVEGAS and was developed by Playstudios.
Boyd Gaming, which has a similar agreement with bwin.party, is another brand waiting to have its license awarded by Nevada Gaming Commission early in the New Year.
CAMS LLC was approved and will be responsible in order to indetify punters, process the payments and provide geolocation system. CAMS LLC is a subsidiary of the risk management company Verifi.
Z4 Poker will be developed with an online poker room, bingo and Keno and will be launched to the real money online gaming industry.
All this online gaming projects submited to the Nevada Gaming Commission will join the already approved Boyd Gaming, Station Casinos LLC and the Fertitta Ultimate GamingUltimate Poker brand, South Point Poker, Global Cash Access Holdings, Bally Technologies, the Golden Nugget, WMS Industries, NetEffect Networks, International Game Technology, Monarch Interactive, PokerTrip Enterprises, and SHFL Entertainment.
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