7-Eleven Stores Cashing In on Nevada Online Gaming
LAS VEGAS — Online poker players in Nevada can now make deposits at 7-Eleven locations in the state through the PayNearMe cash transaction network.
Poker site Real Gaming has added 7-Eleven stores as a deposit option for its players, as well as Family Dollar stores, according to Poker News.
Formerly known as SouthPointPoker.com, Real Gaming was the first company to receive an online poker license in Nevada, and in February it became the third online poker site to launch in the state.
To make a deposit on-site at any of the 200 7-Eleven stores statewide, customers must print or download to a mobile device a payment barcode from RealGaming.com. That barcode will then be scanned at the 7-Eleven store and the funds will be immediately credited to customer's Real Gaming account, according to the report.
"The addition of this deposit method, coupled with first-of-its-kind technology allowing for play on any device, anytime, anywhere in Nevada, enhances Real Gaming's user-friendly platform to all consumers," the company said.