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Nevada based land casino group South Point Hotel Casino & Spa has announced that it will be branding its online poker offering "Real Gaming".
The brand was developed by the firm's CEO Mark Gaughan and is set to launch with its own custom designed software, spurning partnerships with established online developers in other parts of the world. South Point was granted a Nevada gaming license last year and has yet to launch its software.
The firm will reportedly be using Global Cash Access as its payment processor for players located within The Silver State.
It is unknown when Real Gaming will launch, although it is thought that real money action may be offered within the next few months.
Casino Listings will keep this story updated as we learn more about a firm launch date and any features that the proprietary software will offer.