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Tribal Gaming Network Begins Offering Legalized Real Money Internet Poker in US

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Feb/22/2012
Tribal Gaming Network Begins Offering Legalized Real Money Internet Poker in US

Nevada-based Atlantis Internet Group Corp. announced Wednesday it has launched the first form of legal Intranet gaming within the United States.  Intranet means “local or restricted communications network”. 

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The historic launch is commemorated by the signing of agreements officially connecting the first two Native American Tribal Casinos in the company’s Tribal Gaming Network, the Coushatta Indian Casino in Louisiana and the Coyote Valley Casino in California. 

The Atlantis Internet Group Corp. pointed out Wednesday that they have existed as the only legal nationwide online poker network for live cash allowed on Indian lands within the U.S. up until now.

In December, the US Justice Department softened its stance on Internet poker, revealing that it would only apply the Wire Act to sports wagering. 

ATIG President and CEO Donald L. Bailey said, "We have a huge leg up on the competition, having mastered play-for-fun marketing sites since 2003. Now, based on the NIGC opinion, to date ATIG is the only gaming company that can legally offer online linking games other than bingo, nationwide for live cash, such as poker and progressive jackpots. This is a new technology that has never been offered in the gaming Industry before today. ATIG's gaming platform works within the casinos on Slots, Kiosks, on Android mobile phones and Samsung Tablets and some of our games play on iPhones. It's the next generation of server-based technology; in short, it's a casino within a casino."

Gambling911.com sponsor, Cake Poker, provides the software for the Tribal Gaming Network.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

 

 

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