PROBLEMS AT NEVADAS REAL GAMING ONLINE POKER SITE?
Repeated shutdowns, an expired security certificate and less marketing are not good signs.
Less than three years after its launch by South Point Casino in February 2014, it appears that Nevadas third licensed and regulated online poker operator, Real Gaming, is in trouble.
Sector observer John Mehaffey reports that the website has been down for most of the last 45 days following a number of issues that included an expired security certificate (since resolved), and that at present the site is offering only $100/$200 and higher cash games.
Mehaffey notes that there has been no explanation for the sporadic disruptions to service from either the Nevada Gaming Control Board or the company, and that it appears that Real Gaming halted marketing operations last year, at least as far as social networking is concerned, where the company has ignored other questions regarding its operations.
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