Indian Tribes Form Lobbying Group Aimed At Sports Betting

Indian Sports Betting Group

 Sports betting in the US is limited due to standing federal gambling laws. Widespread sports betting legalization is growing more and more plausible, though there is one component that could hinder progress—Indian tribes. Tribal casinos make up a generous portion of the US gambling landscape, and tribes have been wary of sports betting and its…

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US Gamblers Could Benefit From Changes To Australian Gambling Laws

USA And Australian Gambling Laws

The Australian gambling landscape is set to change in light of some amendments to the standing gambling law. The 11 total changes are cause for concern for several big online gambling providers, causing them to withdraw from the country. Offshore poker platforms appear to be taking the brunt of the changes. While this most immediately affects…

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Absolute Poker Case Highlights Online Gambling

Cheating Scandal At Absolute Poker

Founder and co-owner of Absolute Poker, Scott Tom, recently arrived in the United States to stand trial on money laundering charges and violations of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) stemming from his Costa Rica based company. Tom entered a plea of not guilty and was released on bond. Absolute Poker, along with Full…

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