It appears that the partnership between South Point Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas and Zen Gaming is shakier than ever, judging by the comments made by the South Point owner Michael Gaughan about the software house and its product.
Namely, pursuing his interest in a legal online poker business in the US and preparing for any positive legalization movements in either Nevada or the US in general, Gaughan engaged Zen to provide a free-play online poker platform. However, it seems that Zen’s product has not lived up to Gaughan’s standards, as he recently commented that it is “complicated and hard to load”.
On the other hand, he admitted his declining interest in the site due to its slow growth max have played a role in the weak project results.
Still, judging by his last week’s statements, Gaughan is looking at solutions; he apparently said that his online poker could be operating as early as September this year, assuming Nevada licensing is achieved. He also announced his plans to apply for licenses in other states as and when these became available.