Real Gaming Review
Announced in July 2013 was the launch of Real Gaming, the company that South Point Casino in Las Vegas created for its real money internet gambling products. The casino, located about 10 minutes south of the famed Las Vegas Strip, received an interactive gaming license from the Nevada Gaming Commission in August 2012. It was the first casino to receive an interactive gaming license in Nevada, but was not the first to market.
Real Gaming’s poker client is web based and is built with HTML5. The product is available in versions on iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac, and PC. It is the only web based HTML5 poker client that allows different devices, resizable tables, and uploading you own avatar.
Real Gaming also developed it’s own proprietary geolocation solution as an App, bypassing the need to rely on 3rd party providers like WSOP or Ultimate Poker do. 3rd party providers have caused these other sites to drop support for players on certain phone carriers like Cricket. Real Gaming’s geolocation is not affected by these issues
Real Gaming offers a handful of ongoing promotions and different ones that change daily. For instance they frequently offer variations of their High Hand of the Hour promotions or their Final Table Freerolls.
Real Gaming is a proprietary poker client developed in-house. Real Gaming Co-Founder Lawrence Vaughan told the Las Vegas Review-Journal in an August 2012 article, "We are pretty excited to enter the online gaming world. This is an incredible step forward. It's going to redefine gaming and what the state can do. We built this home-grown in Nevada from scratch, to the regulations."
Real Gaming accepts ACH(Electronic Check), Wire Transfers, Check by Mail and Cash at the South Point Casino Cashier.
About South Point Casino
South Point opened in 2005 under the name South Coast. One year later, it became South Point under the leadership of Gaughan when the South Coast split from Boyd Gaming. The casino offers a movie theater, bowling alley, high ceilings, spa, convention center, and the only Steak N Shake in the Las Vegas area. There's even a one-of-a-kind equestrian area and a bingo hall. A major casino renovation occurred in 2010 and the property boasts over 2,000 rooms.