Game Makers See Jackpot As States Make Online Gambling LegalKate Abbott
3G Studios, a video game developer in Reno, Nev., is betting on online gambling. The private company, with 47 U.S. employees, has hired almost 80 new contractors in India and China and expects to have 200 dedicated solely to making gambling games by the end of the year. 3G is one of a handful of game makers jockeying for gambling business, expecting states, hungry for new tax revenue, to open the floodgates for Internet casinos.
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