http://www.lvrj.com/business/shuffle...163793346.htmlEdited By: wackyJaxon Jul 26th, 2012 at 07:11 PM
Gamblers could be playing Internet poker in Nevada even before the Legislature has a chance to act on several Gaming Policy Committee recommendations to tweak current state regulations covering interactive gambling.
Gov. Brian Sandoval, following the committee's final meeting Wednesday before the Legislature convenes in February, said he's comfortable state gaming regulators are taking appropriate steps to license reputable casino operators and technology providers while protecting players' interests.
Nevada gaming regulators licensed slot machine makers Bally Technologies and International Game Technology in June to provide interactive gaming products to casino operators. Shuffle Master has received tentative approval as a supplier and could receive final approval soon.
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