Hard Rock And Treasure Island Apply For Nevada License

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Two of Las Vegas' top casinos have applied for an online poker license through the State of Nevada, as The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino and Treasure Island have officially put in their paperwork.

Both companies will be required to pay $500,000 for the application fee as well as find a software provider that will need to be approved by the Nevada Gaming Commission.

The Hard Rock's gaming application was made through BREF Interactive Gaming, LLC which is a subsidiary of Brookfield Real Estate Financial.

Other operators already approved by the Nevada Gaming Authority include: Boyd Gaming, Golden Nugget, Fertitta Interactive, WMS Gaming Inc, Shuffle Master, South Point Poker, American Casino & Entertainment Properties, International Game Technology, Global Cash Access, Bally Technologies and Monarch Interactive.