Online poker could be just months away in Nevada, and Gov. Brian Sandoval says he's "comfortable" state gambling regulators are taking appropriate steps to license operators while protecting the public.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal (http://bit.ly/NZ92We) reports playing Internet poker in Nevada could become a reality even before the 2013 Legislature considers several Gaming Policy Committee recommendations to tweak current state regulations covering interactive gambling.
State regulators in June licensed slot machine makers Bally Technologies and International Game Technology to provide interactive gambling products to casino operators. Shuffle Master has received tentative approval as a supplier and could receive final approval soon.
Gaming Control Board Chairman Mark Lipparelli on Wednesday said the first casino operators could be in front of regulators in 60 to 90 days.
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