Vegas Stripped: South Point Casino Reality TV Show Debuts on Travel Channel (Video)

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Feb/09/2012
Vegas Stripped:  South Point Casino Reality TV Show Debuts on Travel Channel

Vegas Stripped debuted on the Travel Channel last night (February 8, 2012) at 10 pm PST.  It is a reality show that looks behind the scenes of the inner workings of Las Vegas’ South Point Casino.

 Cake-Square-010712.jpg

“It’s an inside look at what it takes to run a casino,” said Tom Mikovits, South Point director of marketing. “You’re going to see what happens in the butcher shop or on the loading dock, lots of stuff people don’t normally see.”

“We were comfortable being a locals’ casino, but having a brand like southpointpoker.com, that’s something we want to get out nationally,” he said. “It lets people know who we are and that we can play with the big players in Vegas, while still keeping that down home feeling.”

South Point was the first Vegas property to begin offering an Internet poker room.  While the Web cardroom was currently utilizing a “free-to-play” platform, the company had hoped its South Point Poker brand would switch to “real cash play” once a license is granted by Nevada’s gaming commission.  It is now legal to offer intrastate real money play poker in Nevada.  Multi-state pacts could soon develop. 

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

Entertainment News

Betting Odds AVN Awards Show 2024

Betting Odds AVN Awards Show 2024

The AVN Show in Las Vegas kicks today and, of course, culminates with the infamous AVN Awards that honor the best in the adult entertainment biz.

Syndicate