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December 28th, 2010
Senator Harry Reid may have pulled his hands out prior of changing the federal gambling laws, but that does not mean that the Nevada Casinos are deserted. The Nevada Gaming Commission made a vital decision lately that will ensure that the Internet Gaming will sooner or later be coming in the State.

The Commission gave its consent to the Leroy Group for their Leroy App which allows the residents of Nevada to place their bets from their mobiles. The application for Blackberry is approved whereas the application for Android app is waiting for approval.

Senior Vice President of Business Development and Public Affair for American Wagering, John English said "The sanction of the Leroy's Application is the establishment of a novel market segment for sports wagering and I am proud to be a part of its formation here in US."

The Nevada Gaming Commission was productively convinced that the app has the proficiency to distinguish when a gambler is inside the state lines. This was the key to the sanction process, with Nevada having special laws than several other states when it comes to online gambling.

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