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Illegal Online Gambling in America

📺 This week’s gambling news is all about illegal online gambling. Whether it’s online casinos, poker rooms, and sports books, if they’re accepting American players and not regulated in this country, they are considered to be illegal online gambling. So how big is this black market industry? And what are the real dangers of playing at these sites?


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Illegal Online Gambling in America:
Gambling news this week comes from the American Gaming Association, who has new data on illegal online gambling in this country. And even with the expansion of online gambling across the country, Americans are still betting at these offshore illegal online gambling websites. So much so, that the AGA estimates over $330 billion a year is going offshore to these online casinos, online poker, and online slots sites sites, costing billions in tax revenue.

Of course, it’s not just the illegal online gambling that’s costing the states so much money. There are also unregulated gaming machines and even the neighborhood sports betting bookies. Estimates are this whole of the activity costs the legal gaming industry $44.2 billion in annual revenue, or nearly half of the $92 billion in combined commercial and tribal revenue in 2021.

AGA President and CEO Bill Miller added to the online gambling news headlines, stating that illegal online gambling and unregulated gambling is a scourge on our society, taking advantage of vulnerable consumers, skirting regulatory obligations and robbing communities of critical tax revenue for infrastructure, education and more.

Illegal online gambling accounts for an estimated $337.9 billion with illegal gambling websites, with a loss of $3.9 billion in state tax revenue. With $13.5 billion in estimated revenue, the illegal iGaming market in the U.S. is nearly three times the size of the legal U.S. iGaming market, estimated to be $5 billion in 2022. With iGaming only legal in six states, nearly half of all Americans have played online slots or table games in the past year have played with illegal online gambling, whether online casinos, online poker, or online slots.

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2 thoughts on “Illegal Online Gambling in America

  • May 25, 2023 at 3:46 pm

    Are you still playing at offshore online casinos? Would you stop if your state regulated online gambling?

  • May 25, 2023 at 3:46 pm

    In Maine you can’t do any online gambling. No Chumba, no sports betting, no poker, nothing. And of course the casinos here are half assed.

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