South Point’s brand for regulated real-money online poker in Nevada, Real Gaming, has oppened today an account verification ahead of a forthcoming launch. By visiting realgaming.com, players can open accounts and check their identities. Ultimate Poker players outside Nevada can even sign up and register today so they are ready to enter a place in the state.
The FAQ option in the website reads: “By registering and verifying your identity with RealGaming.com, you will be able to deposit money into your account when Real Gaming goes live.”
The go-live date is still unknown but the website announces it as “coming soon”. South Point was thought to be the first in going live in Nevada, as they were the first ones to receive a licence to operate in the state in 2012. However, some uknown delays postponed its launching and Ultimate Poker took its place instead.