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  Nevadas associate license to Poker Trip Enterprises Gaming – a gateway for iGaming affiliates

Poker Trip Enterprises Inc. set a record by becoming the first associate in the U.S., following authorization for a license as a service provider for synchronized internet poker market of Nevada, by the Nevada Gaming Commission. The company had to go through a stringent backdrop assessment, a few good-looking official formalities and payment of $3,000 to get the license granted.

The CEO of Poker Trip Enterprises, Jon Friedberg Friedberg has expressed his delight and excitement for the company to turn out to be the foremost authorized marketing associate by the Nevada Gaming Commission. The company seeks to make possible close and warm interaction amid their society members and the associate iGaming casino operators.

CalvinAyre expressed doubts about the success of Poker Trip as a service provider for online poker as it is the first one in the field. But the first ones are always significant as they serve as models for the future developments also. To decide about the superiority or dire of the news, the person whom you refer to is equally important.

Since Poker Trip Enterprises is something more than the conventional gambling associate located in Nevada, therefore it is good news for the company. At present, the websites of the company are providing services to the visitors who come to play at brick and mortar card rooms instead of propping up internet poker sites. The PokerAtlas.com and AllVegasPoker.com are the current websites of Poker Trip Enterprises. Both of these websites by no means have involved in some advertising of US or Non-US online poker websites.

To become aware with the comments of Jeremy Enke, a dynamic member of the online poker associate society and CEO of PokerAffiliateListings.com talked to him over chase of an associate license by Poker Trip, CalvinAyre.com. As per Enke, chase of a gambling license by a webmaster in Nevada with full awareness in this field would prove to be a wise judgment.

But the conditions are not so favorable for the minor associate sites that have restricted amount of funds and were enthusiastically engaged in advertisement of US internet poker sites at some time in the time gone by. According to Enke’s assumptions, chase of Nevada gaming license for such companies may prove to be more difficult than usual in the long run.

 Enke stated that to get a license granted from the Nevada Gaming Commission is a difficult procedure. The chances to get a license granted by a conventional online poker associate which is advertising uncontrolled U.S. operators for so many years in the past are slight to impossible.

Recognized as ScrawnyBob in the associate opposing round-table society, the originator of 4kingpoker.com site entirely consents with Enke’s viewpoint. CalvinAyre.com was informed by ScrawnyBob that the possibility on the part of a number of petite or standard sized associates to submit a request and get a license in Nevada is quite impossible.

He further stated a number of such associates which are engaged in offering valuable and valid cause of poker guidelines and assessments will be unsuccessful in the evaluation procedure. They may not be able to complete official procedure of seven months, integrate immense and prospective flexible global objective rules of obedience. In case, they were actively engaged in the US market after UIEGA or even prior to it, they may not come up to the mark.

The future prospects for even the large sized associates with adequate funds and possessions for the license charges and who have the ability to accomplish paperwork, doesn’t seem to be too bright. According to ScrawnyBob, such sites have washed out their funds and time as the store is now shut down.

As per CalvinAyre’s declaration that the first ones set styles for the followers, the associates licensing procedure by the Nevada Gaming Commission in its field may or may not prove to be a trend-setter for other US states. But the statement of ScrawnyBob can’t be conflicted too. There are no prospects for a number of associates in US market in case they have to pass through the Nevada passageway, according to him. To watch for the future movements for associates certainly in U.S. of America will be quite fascinating.


   2012-09-25






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