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European online gambling giant Bwin.Party digital Entertainment has applied for an online poker license in Nevada, according to CardPlayer.com.
Bwin.Party has previously signed agreements with MGM Resorts International and Boyd Gaming to partner in online poker operations should the hobby be legalized in Nevada.
Bwin owned PartyPoker cleared itself of any legal action by the US Department of Justice after it paid a $105 million dollar settlement.
A current list of Nevada online poker license applicants being maintained by Card Player includes:
•Cantor G&W (Nevada) L.P. — Service Provider
•South Point Poker (Gaughan Straight Holdings) — Operator
•IGT — Manufacturer/Service Provider
•888 Holdings plc/888 US Limited — Manufacturer/Distributor/Service Provider
•Bally Technologies — Manufacturer/Service Provider
•Shuffle Master — Service Provider
•Aristocrat Technologies — Manufacturer/Distributor/Service Provider
•Monarch Casino — Operator
•Caesars Entertainment — Operator
•Boyd Gaming — Operator
•Fertitta Interactive, LLC — Operator/Service Provider
•Fertitta Acquisitionsco, LLC — Manufacturer/Service Provider
•MGM Resorts Online, LLC — Operator
•ACEP Interactive, LLC — Operator/Service Provider
•NetEffect Networks, Inc — Class 2 Service Provider
•Gaming Laboratories International — Independent Testing Lab
•BMM Compliance — Independent Testing Lab
•BP Gaming Entertainment, Inc. (subsidiary of bwin.party) — Manufacturer/Service Provider
•Spielo International USA, LLC — Manufacturer/Service Provider
•Spielo International Canada, ULC — Manufacturer/Service Provider
•Spielo International Austria GmbH — Manufacturer/Service Provider
•St. Minver Ltd — Service Provider
•Boss Media AB — Service Provider
•GNLV Corp dba Golden Nugget — Operator
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