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Real Gaming Players in Nevada Can Deposit Through 7 Eleven

Real Gaming Players in Nevada Can Deposit Through 7-Eleven

Since the birth of legal regulated online poker in the US, one of the biggest issues has been for players to be able to deposit, as most of the popular e-wallets are not yet approved to be used. This has meant that most players needed to use a credit card or bank transfer, which some were not that interested in doing.


Luckily for them, there's a new option for them in Nevada, as Real Gaming has made a deal with 7-eleven and their “PayNearMe” transaction network. In total this provides players with more than 200 new places to go and make a deposit in Nevada along with the Family Dollar stores where they can also make a deposit.


“To make a deposit on-site at any of these locations, the process is easy and only requires customers to print or download to a mobile device a payment barcode from Once a player scans the barcode at the store and makes their deposit, the funds are immediately credited to the player’s Real Gaming account.” Real Gaming wrote in a press release.


Real Gaming is working together with the South Point Casino and Hotel to offer online poker games to the people of Nevada and is the latest site to start up in Nevada. The traffic is nowhere near that of and Ultimate Gaming, but it is growing steadily.

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