E-Commerce Times Talkback
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In part 1 of this article, "The High-Stakes World of Online Gambling," the E-Commerce Times looked at the state of the Internet betting industry and its remarkable popularity. Roughly half of the industry's revenues come from U.S. residents. Even with the potential for anti-gambling laws on the horizon, however, the industry seems to be going full speed ahead. What does the future hold for this expanding empire?
I'll also stress that online gambling sites are totally legal.
I would like to purchase an online gaming site. I have seen several magazine ads that are willing to sell onlilne gambling site and you slit the profits with the company. Is this legal?
There seems to be a major crackdown on the ability of online gambling sites to advertise in the USA.
It also seems to be more difficult for USA residents to be able to pay for online gambling.
Won't these factors have a major negative impact on the future of online gambling?