USA: Six active online poker rooms in Nevada by the end of 2014
Since the Black Friday, the indicator was reset to zero in the United States, and new licenses have been distributed for operators of online poker. But the law on online gambling remains strict to the point that many States didnt legalize online gaming, while the States where it is legalized are limited to an interstate offer. Now, only the States of Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey have decided to legalize online poker, but other States like California wont take long time to follow them. These last months, Nevada seems to be the most active among these States, with the appearance of three rooms of online poker. But 2014 promises a great evolution because four other rooms could be able to open their doors by the end of the year.
Open in last autumn, WSOP.com is currently the network which knows the record of rush in Nevada. But Ultimate Poker was the first room which has got a license in the State and launched in April 2013. The third active poker website in Nevada and launched in the middle of February is Real Gaming. All American Poker Network (AAPN) could be the fourth poker room in this American State. AAPN could include the platforms of 888 and Treasure Island. Ace Play Poker would be also a candidate for a license in Nevada and its launching is planned before the end of the summer. And the last operator but not the least is Party. The success of its partnership with Boyd and MGM in New Jersey has lead Party to take this alliance back to establish a network of online poker in Nevada.
Wednesday, 12 March 2014
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