An announcement came this week that an intrastate online poker meeting of the Nevada Gaming Policy Committee, led by Governor Brian Sandoval, resulted in claims that the first real-money operator licenses can be issued within the next three months.
It has been stated by Nevada Gaming Control Board Chairman, Mark Lipparelli, that state officials and lawmakers will still be urged by the committee to expand their vision to state to state partnerships, in order to see liquidity and revenues boost.
Since the Gaming Policy Committee, with its 11 members, voted in favor of recommending language amendments from the 2011 online poker bill, it's now only left to go through licensing and technology inspections.
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