Jim Murren, the Chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International took the dais for his keynote lecture at last week’s nineteenth Southern Gaming Summit held in Biloxi, Mississippi and announced that “Internet gaming is here” proudly.
Only, according to Jim Murren, it is not here in the build of federal legislation. In his view, it would not be there at the federal stage for some time. Murren told that it would not be here probably at a federal stage as the federal government is acting what they are best at – nothing at all. It will be exercised at a state by state stage as well as (MGM Resorts) will be engaged quite actively.
Even though Murren and his company like a federal resolution over a hodgepodge of the state regulations, Murren is believes that it is unlikely to happen thanks to a delay in the House.
If this is not happening, do not charge Sen. Reid, but charge the House Republicans. That is the place where this id getting delayed.
Murren also declared that a cash-less social media gaming website would unveil as soon as next month in grooming for real-money poker. The website will be mostly comprised into the existing model of the MGM properties and will have a instrument to drive poker players to their fifteen different resorts in Michigan, Nevada and Mississippi.