A third player has entered the regulated online poker market in Nevada.
Real Gaming, which is owned South Point Casino, went live today and joined WSOP.com and Ultimate Poker as the only legal poker sites in the state.
Formerly known as South Point Poker, Real Gaming is currently in a soft launch phase.
No-Limit Hold'em Only So Far
Interestingly Real Gaming does not require a download and runs entirely in the browser with support for most major browsers.
Security will work a little differently on Real Gaming with the site requiring players to download the mobile app for verification purposes.
Players are sent a token though SMS went they attempt to sit in a game.
Currently the only game offered is No-Limit Hold’em with stakes $.01/$.02 through $5/$10 available.
There’s also support for Sit & Go's and multi-table tournaments although there were no MTTs running at the time this article was published.
Players can deposit by check, bank wire and electronic checks. Meanwhile players can withdraw their funds by requesting a check.