Tuesday, March 27, 2012

WMS Industries is Positioning itself to join Online Gaming License in Nevada

The Nevada among the first states readying to legalize online and mobile gaming, Waukegan-based WMS Industries wants a seat a the virtual poker table to the casino game maker announced Tuesday that it has submitted an application to the State Gaming Control Board in Nevada for an interactive gaming license.

And the Online gambling is illegal for U.S. residents in the absence of federal law, states such as Nevada are are moving forward with efforts to allow it for last April, websites of four of the largest players in Full Tilt Poker, Absolute Poker, PokerStars and UB were shut down and seized by the FBI on charges of bank fraud, money laundering and illegal gambling and the ten more sites were seized the following month.

The WMS hopes its success at casinos can translate to online to the company has a U.K.-based online casino game at JackpotParty.com that has won awards for the another game, Lucky Cruise, is a slot-machine like social media application on Facebook that uses credits instead of money to we have made significant progress in our development of a technology and entertainment content base that will help our customers unlock the emerging opportunities provided through online capabilities, said Orrin Ediden, president of WMS.

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