Treasure Island PokerNevada

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About Treasure Island


The Nevada Gaming Commission approved Treasure Island, LLC, for an interactive gaming license on March 21, 2013. This license allows the company to partner with 888 Holdings, which also was issued a license and will provide the software and network for the imminent poker site.


Treasure Island, LLC, owns the casino of the same name on the Las Vegas Strip. The Treasure Island poker room has 7 poker tables. The casino was purchased by a private investor (billionaire Phil Ruffin) from MGM Mirage in December 2008 for $500 million.

Interactive Gaming Partners

Treasure Island is expected to be the first poker site to be released on 888’s All American Poker Network (AAPN). This network is expected to grow quickly, as 888 is making moves with other Nevada companies, as well as companies in both New Jersey and Delaware, to add sites to the AAPN, including a self-branded site.