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NV and New Jersey Taking Helm at Gambling Laws

Nevada and New Jersey legislators of both are working hard to come up with online gambling legalization laws. One thing that people are in support of is online gambling. Millions of people all around the world engage in virtual gaming every day and has managed to build up to one of the biggest markets in [...]

Black Friday May be A Good Thing- Part 2

One positive thing that may come from the crackdown on illegal online gambling is that legislators will realize that they don’t yet have the proper legislative power to regulate gambling. Gambling regulation is the one thing that the world has been waiting for for a long time. If legislators could come up with a good [...]

US Online Gambling Laws Add up to Confusion

The changes in the gambling market are affecting a lot of different companies right now. It first was the online poker market officials who were concerned. Black Friday was a time when three major poker gambling companies were shut away from the US gambling market. It was a monumental move for the US since the [...]

US Weighing out The Online Gambling Options

There was a time when legislators and anti-gambling activists alike were not in favor of bringing in casinos. The biggest reason was because they felt that gambling would inevitably bring rise in crime in addictions. While this is not yet formally been proven, they may have a point because there are heightened incidence of criminal [...]

UIGEA’s Ineffectiveness Evident in 2011

Legislators in the US are egg-faced right now. Back in 2005 they thought they were coming up with the proper regulation as the UIGEA took shape. It was a bill that strived to push online gambling out of the US market altogether. The basic idea was to stop banks from accepting gambling-related transactions, thus cutting [...]

Federal Laws for Gambling Influencing State Laws- Part 2

The biggest advantage of gambling of course is the huge money it can bring into any market. Just consider that a good mid-sized casino can easily bring in $3-5-billion per month to a jurisdiction. That is money that is then able to fund a lot of different programs and plans that without gambling would have [...]

Federal Laws for Gambling Influencing State Laws- Part 1

The US is in the midst of a lot of debates over gambling. Legislators cannot argue that gambling is a multi- billion dollar business. It is also projected to more than double in coming years. By 2014 the market is expected to be worth over $7- billion. That is huge for a market that was [...]

Nevada Lawmakers Eying Online Gambling Law- Part 2

One state that is at the front of the line trying to come up with the right regulations to make it work is Nevada. This only stands to reason because the state has long been a leader in the world of gambling in the land-based market. The state relies heavily on gambling and knows full [...]

Nevada Lawmakers Eying Online Gambling Law- Part 1

It’s no secret that right now different states in the US are looking to legalize and regulate online gambling. Their legislators realize how much money is flowing into the country thanks to the virtual gaming and they want to take full advantage of it. It really is something they can’t pass up right now because [...]

The World Learns a Lesson from UIGEA- Part 2

There are many countries right now they’re taking their lessons from what the US try to do with the UIGEA back in 2006. They realize fully that the Bill never worked and are trying to find their own ways of avoiding making the same mistake. One country is South America – right now legislators in [...]