South Point Casino’s real-money online poker offering Real Gaming has announced a new service that allows customers to make in-person deposits at any 7-Eleven and Family Dollar store throughout the US state of Nevada.

To make a deposit on-site, players must print or download to a mobile device a payment barcode from RealGaming.com that is then scanned in the store and transferred through the PayNearMe Network, immediately crediting players’ Real Gaming account.

Real Gaming said that the new deposit method, alongside its mobile technology that permits play on “any device, anytime, anywhere in Nevada”, will enhance its platform. There are more than 200 7-Eleven stores in Nevada.

Players will continue to have the ability to deposit funds by ACH check, wire transfer, by mail, or by depositing cash at the South Point Casino’s cashier.

Earlier this year, South Point Casino became the third operator to launch a real-money online poker offering in Nevada through RealGaming.com, following in the footsteps of Caesars’ WSOP.com and Ultimate Gaming’s Ultimatepoker.com.

Owned by Michael Gaughan, South Point was one of the first to publicly support online gaming, launching a free-to-play online poker offering with Zen Entertainment in October 2011.

RealGaming.com is available to players over the age of 21 and features games including Limit, No Limit and Pot Limit Texas Hold’em. It also includes Fast Tables designed to run at a faster pace than a standard table, as well as an HTML5 version available for mobile devices.

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