Real Gaming Deposits At Convenience Stores

Nevada online poker firm expands customer deposit methods

Real Gaming (formerly South Point Poker) has expanded its online poker deposit options allowing players to make deposits at any 7-Eleven or Family Dollar stores in Nevada.

The operator will utilise the PayNearMe network to facilitate cash deposits at the stores along with its more traditional Wire transfer, cash deposits at South Point Casino Cashier, Electronic Cheque and Check depositing methods.

A payment barcode from must be printed or downloaded by customers on their mobile device. The store will then scan the barcode to facilitate depositing of funds into Real Gaming's account.

"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," a Real Gaming spokesperson said.

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