2010 to be the key year for online casino industry
December 2, 2009, 10:19 am (9 years ago)
It has been almost one year after the Obama Administration took office, and up until n now, online casino industry and the online casino players have not seen dramatic change regarding the laws against online gambling and did not get any satisfactory answers. However, the postponement of execution of the law that would enforce the implementation of UIGEA is giving them much hope for what to come in the year of 2010.
Representative Barney Frank has appealed legislation that would turn over the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006, but the politicians and his coworkers have been concentrating much more on the country's fiscal problems than to attack the online gambling issue.
Frank has declared that the discussions were going to take place, but now that 2009 is about to finish, it seems that 2010 is going to be the key year for these discussions, and already there are more and more supporters in favor of legalization and regulation of the online gambling in the US.
"It is not a matter of conflict at this point, it is more about time and importance of the issue in regard to some of the other issues the government has had to face this year," stated Gaming Analyst Walter Boggs, "I believe that something is going to for sure take place in 2010."