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Real Gaming Increase Deposit Options Through PayNearMe

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Nevada’s Real Gaming online poker room has increased player deposit options after securing a deal with the electronic cash processor PayNearMe that will allow players to make cash deposits at 7-Eleven stores around the state.

Real Gaming Increase Deposit Options Through PayNearMeReal Gaming has made life a little easier for those wishing to get money on their site by brokering a deal with PayNearMe, an electronic cash processor.

The deal now means that players can walk into participating 7-Eleven store and deposit cash into their account right at the register.

To make a deposit, the player generates a PayCode on the Real Gaming website, sends it to their mobile phone or prints it, and then walks into a local 7-Eleven with the PayCode. There, the cashier scans the PayCode and accepts the cash. The funds are immediately transferred into your online-poker account.

Real Gaming first masqueraded as SouthPointPoker.com, back in 2011, where it offered play money action. In Feb 2014, they became the third online-poker operator to enter the real money-regulated market, in Nevada, after Ultimate Poker and WSOP.com.

The site may carry a new brand name but it’s still backed by the dollar spewing out of the South Point Hotel Casino & Spa. The addition of the 7-Eleven option now means Real Gaming players can deposit via electronic check (ACH), wire transfer, mailed check, at the South Point casino cage, and the new PayNearMe method.

The PayNearMe method can be used at over 200 7-11 and FD locations in NV.

Back in August, Real Gaming became the first US based operator to offer their product across every possible device (iOS, Android, Mac, Windows and Linux), and this is made possible because of their decision to use HTML5 technology, and operate a browser only product, with no download necessary, except for the mobile app that allows the geolocation technology to do its job.

“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,” Real Gaming said in a press release. “Real Gaming is the first and only online poker site in the country to allow for play on any mobile device, including mobile phones and tablets with iOS, Android, Mac, Windows and even Linux operating systems.”

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