Gamblit Gaming, a real-money wagering platform provider that allows developers to integrate iGaming mechanisms into their games, has secured approval to apply for a gaming licence from the Nevada Gaming Commission (NGC).

The company has been approved to be licensed as a distributor, manufacturer of gaming devices, manufacturer of interactive gaming systems and an interactive gaming service provider.

Once Gamblit completes the year-long application process, it will be able to enter the Nevada iGaming market following the activation of its licence.

The company’s chief executive Eric Meyerhofer said he was “thrilled” to have been approved by the NGC.

“We have the utmost respect for the Nevada regulators and appreciate the credibility that comes with a gaming license from this great state,” Meyerhofer continued. “We look forward to being a part of the Nevada gaming industry.”

Gamblit’s platform allows developers to integrate a single software development kit into their existing game, or use the solution to develop new real-money titles, allowing them to add real-money capabilities into their products and tap into the online and land-based gaming markets.

Similar to platform providers like Betable and CashBet, it provides the technology, operations, account management, security, gambling licences and compliance elements needed.

It was founded by Meyerhofer as a subsidiary of his gaming technology business Fresh 8 Games. Previously he worked for FutureLogic, a hardware and software supplier for the land-based casino industry.