While searching the web to find Lottomatica’s fate in front of the Nevada Gaming Commission today I ran across an article in the Las Vegas Review Journal that answered the question. Lottomatica has been approved as a technology provider for online poker in Nevada. This means that they will provide the software that licensed operators use to provide online poker inside Nevada.

The Spielo G2 subsidiary, Boss Media, brought with it vast experience in the field of poker along with four poker networks when GTech acquired Boss Media. Now referred to as SPIELO G2 Poker, the client is the first fully compliant Mac poker product and will run on desktops, laptops, tablets and mobile devices. SPIELO G2 Poker offers every popular poker variant and may well become the preferred client by operators and players alike.

bwin.Party Digital Entertainment is currently considered the largest listed online gaming firm, but when we take all of the Lottomatica holdings into consideration that claim is doubtful. The Lottomatica Group is indeed a listed company. The are listed as LTO.MI on the Milan Stock Exchange and in 2011, the group had 3 billion euros ($3.9 billion) in revenues and 8,000 employees in over 60 countries on five continents.

Please stay tuned to the WCD blog for any breaking news on these and other developments in regards to Lottomatica, GTech, Spielo, and the current Spielo entities; Finsoft, Boss Media, St. Minver, and Dynamite Idea.