New Applicant for Nevada Online Poker License


Churchill Downs a new hopeful

After acquiring online poker specialist medium Bluff Media, the US racetrack owner Churchill Downs Incorporated moved forward with its intention to enter the online poker arena, so it applied for Nevada online poker licensing; a service provider license, to be precise.

Thanks to its extensive experience in the online betting field through its operation TwinSpires, and connections with potential partners in the domain of online poker, it seems like the company's plans for this domain of online gambling are big and will surely represent a new challenge to other operators in the field.

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