Online Gambling in Nevada to Soon Become Reality
Online gambling in the state of Nevada is soon to be a reality as players are now encouraged to register for Caesar Interactive Entertainment’s beta version.
Caesar, the popular gaming and casino provider is planning to be the first to cash in on new online gaming legislation.
The company obtained an interactive gaming license from the state recently and is planning to collaborate with worldwide partners in order to make its operations successful in the coming months of the “online gambling gold rush”.
The software supporting Caesar’s gaming project will be provided by 888 Holdings as Nevada officials granted a license to the European company last month. In order to get the best out of the World Series of Poker branded offering, Caesar will work with Californian marketing giant Zambezi.
Nevada was the first state to review online gambling restrictions following Black Friday.
Initially, online gambling was expected to be up and running by the end of 2012 but delays were necessary due to software testing. In order to achieve a healthy player pool interstate partnerships were finally allowed by Nevada state authorities in early 2013.