Michigan Proposes To Approve Gambling Online Games Between States
The house of representatives of michigan adopted the draft law 991 on act of the act of internet games, allowing the michigan gambling council (mgcb) to conclude an agreement on simplification of inter-examination regime of internet gambling. According to the mgcb draft law, it is allowed to conclude agreements with other jurisdictions, including with indian tribes, to facilitate the administration and regulation of gambling internet games of operators of different states in the event that the agreement is approved in accordance with the laws of the state and federal laws and internet games will be be conducted only in the us.
Gambling operators will have to fulfill the following licensing conditions:
- Compliance with laws, mgcb rules and minimum internet control measures regarding procedures and requirements for making interest rates made by persons wh a in other jurisdictions.
- The presence of one or more mechanisms on the game platform on the internet, which are intended for reasonable checks that an authorized participant is at least 21 years and that internet rates are limited to transactions committed by an authorized participant in other jurisdiction of the united states (licensees are currently maintaining mechanisms for checking age and location for authorized participants in michigan).
The chamber of representatives of michigan sent a bill to the senate, which is expected to submit it to the approval to the governor of whitmer.
Source: michigan gaming edition