NetEffect Networks decides to join the line
The latest addition to the Nevada online poker licenses applications is the one by a Las Vegas-based software developer, NetEffect Networks, which decided to apply for a Nevada online poker Class 2 license.
With the company, the total number of applicants for licences of various descriptions and classes is 19, and they are:
•Cantor G&W (Nevada) L.P. — Service Provider
•South Point Poker (Gaughan Straight Holdings) — Operator
•IGT — Manufacturer/Service Provider
•888 Holdings plc/888 US Limited — Manufacturer/Distributor/Service Provider
•Bally Technologies — Manufacturer/Service Provider
•Shuffle Master — Service Provider
•Aristocrat Technologies — Manufacturer/Distributor/Service Provider
•Monarch Casino — Operator
•Caesars Entertainment — Operator
•Boyd Gaming — Operator
•Fertitta Interactive, LLC — Operator/Service Provider
•Fertitta Acquisitionsco, LLC — Manufacturer/Service Provider
•MGM Resorts Online, LLC — Operator
•ACEP Interactive, LLC — Operator/Service Provider
•NetEffect Networks, Inc — Class 2 Service Provider
•Gaming Laboratories International — Independent Testing Lab
•BMM Compliance — Independent Testing Lab
In related news, Wiiliam Hill plc chief executive Ralph Topping told the press that, while the company has applied for a full gaming license in Nevada, it will still keep an eye for the sports betting legalization developments in New Jersey.
"While we are focusing [on Nevada] we better not overlook the move by Gov. Christie in New Jersey particularly to overturn the land-based ban," he specified.