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Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval is offering his full support to the Reid-Kyl Online Poker bill currently proposed in Congress. While it may sound particularly obvious to hear of the governor of the gambling-friendly state of Nevada endorsing such a bill, keep in mind that Brian Sandoval is a Republican. His support of the bill is in opposition to the general stance of the GOP, which would likely favor a total ban on all online gambling operations and a repeal of the DOJ’s interpretation of the Federal Wire Act.
“While many states have long-standing proficiency in regulating brick-and-mortar gaming within their boundaries, the advent of Internet gaming has introduced a borderless element that state regulation alone cannot address,” Sandoval wrote.
“As governor of a state that jealously guards its primacy in the regulation of gaming, I am pleased the proposal maintains state authority to regulate online poker operators built upon a basic federal foundation of common-sense regulatory principles.”
This kind of legislation is being hailed by some politicians as a job-creating opportunity and a chance to generate much-needed revenue for the federal government. Regulate it. Tax it. Be done with it.
The entertainment solutions provider has been quick to move on the purchase after a possible deal with Shuffle Master fell through in September.
The tangible benefit that the OnGame Network provides to Amaya as a gaming company is incredibly significant. The OnGame Network is not only recognized as an extremely safe and reliable gaming platform for online casino games and gambling experiences, but also already includes over 20 popular online poker brands. This essentially means that the business, activity, and profits from these sites automatically transfer to the Amaya company, increasing both profits and potential for expansion.
And of course, you’ll need to factor in the optimistic point of view that eventually online poker will be regulated in the United States, offering Amaya a chance to place itself significantly on the metaphorical map.
What are the terms? Amaya will pay $19.3 million up front, with the remaining $12.9 to follow only if and when the U.S. regulates online gambling at some point in the next five years.
And bwin.party will be maintaining its grasp on other popular gaming platforms like partycasino.com, while Amaya appropriates the OnGame Network’s assets to make a major impact in the world of online gambling.
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