📺 This week’s gambling news comes from the US Congress, where several members are urging the Department of Justice to take action against offshore online gambling operators. Additionally, the American Gaming Association wants search engines like Google to block these offshore operators from search results. What are the motivations behind these moves?
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▪️ 00:00 – Welcome to This Week in Gambling!
▪️ 00:42 – Las Vegas Update
▪️ 01:10 – New Plan to Ban Online Gambling
▪️ 01:57 – Motivations Behind Online Gambling Ban Push
▪️ 02:37 – Player Protections & Regulation
▪️ 03:18 – The AGA and Google
▪️ 04:34 – Knight Rider Slot Review
▪️ 05:04 – Some Fun with Vegas Showgirls
▪️ 05:29 – End Tag
New US Online Gambling Ban Push:
US online gambling is becoming accepted in more and more states, largely thanks to the expansion of sports betting. After all, the regulation on mobile sports bets is the regulation of online bets. But as the business of web based betting grows, there are increasing calls for a new online gambling ban. Last last month, 28 Representatives from the US Congress sent a letter to the Department of Justice, and specifically Attorney General Merrick Garland.
In that letter they urged that the Department begin targeting offshore gambling operators accepting players from the American market. The letter sent to the DOJ claims that these offshore online gambling sites are “predatory operations” and expose players in America to financial and cyber vulnerabilities. Translated into more correct English, what they are saying is that these operators lie beyond the reach of US tax officials, and they are gleaning money from state run gambling companies.
Even the American Gaming Association is getting into this fight, which should not be a surprise. After all, the AGA is a lobbying group which works with the regulated gaming industry in America. It’s only natural that their interests would lie in what’s best for those who help support them. Now, however, the AGA is taking things a step further by trying to pursued Google and other internet search engines to stop displaying results for these “illegal” online gambling sites. In essence, a de facto online gambling ban.
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3 thoughts on “A New US Online Gambling Ban Push”
Would you play at an offshore site? Or do you only trust sites regulated in the US?
You know what they could do to reduce influence of unregulated bookies…. how about make it legal federally for all US States? The more citizens who find themselves by chance stripped of the right to bet, the more they are going to turn to unregulated… same as anything else. Legalize & kill unregulated market
0:03 Is this one of those "sexual situations" that the opening screen disclaimer was warning us about?
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