Online-Glücksspiele in den USA

05/22/2013
By Pamela PattersonGoogle
It really is time to start brushing up on your table game and slot machine tactics if you are a US citizen because 3 states have already paved the way for the rest of the country to reopen the USA online casino industry once worth $600 billion.

As the Wire Act takes a nose dive into the abyss of forgotten federal legislations, state governments are thrashing out the terms that will allow the online gambling industry to run their gaming servers from within their state borders. Right now New Jersey is in the process getting the virtual casinos flowing back through the wires.

New Jersey hasn’t yet fully set out its licencing arrangements or exactly how online gambling will make its long awaited return to the state’s citizens. The actual draft legislation is due to be released for public perusal on June 3rd this year. When the draft comes into the public eye there will be a chance for anyone who has an interest in the terms that have been drafted in regard to how the industry will be regulated to make their own comments. Businesses and players can all contribute over the specified time period expected to end on August 2nd, which gives a 2 month time gap.

The release of the draft gives everyone taking an interest a chance to get acquainted with the new rules. A New Jersey licence is expected to set back any business interested in running online gambling games around $20 million plus 7% tax on any revenue.

For official comments players and businesses can contact Lon Mamolen, Deputy General for the state of New Jersey at 1300 Atlantic Avenue, 4th Floor, Atlantic City, NJ 08401.
In Nevada online gambling is already available to its citizens as the state was the first of 3 states to get the online gaming industry back online. The state have allowed Ultimate Bet Poker to open up its servers to customers, who have been able to sign up and play since the end of April.



Delaware, however, is still in the same stages as New Jersey where online gambling has virtually been legalised, but there are still some teething issues to get through. New Jersey in fact could have been online some time ago, but Governor Chris Christie vetoed previous attempts because he felt the state wasn’t getting the right financial remuneration on licencing and tax. His veto will be revoked as soon as he is happy the tax side of the deal is settled, and that any gambling entities that want to operate in the state will have a 10 year provisional period for the businesses to run in the state at which time their contract would be reviewed.

For now online gambling is back in Nevada be it only poker while the state of Delaware has already agreed that the Israeli gambling organisation 888 will supply the online gambling industry for the state in a partnership with its current associates Scientifc Games as well as WMS. Online gambling is coming back and as one sate opens the doors the rest are soon to follow with the industry expected to worth $9 billion by 2020, the combined total of Las Vegas and Atlantic City’s revenue in 2012.

Look out for the USA online casino businesses as they start to make their way back to the US gambling market state by state.
 
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