What is Gambling Online?

Gambling online can be defined as any type of gambling conducted via the internet. This includes casinos, live casinos and even online sports betting. The first internet gambling venue ever opened to the public, was online ticketing for the first Liechtenstein International Poker Tournament in October 1994. Since then, other gambling venues have opened, with each one claiming to be the biggest and most popular gambling site online.

Most of these gambling venues are based out of Canada, which has some of the most liberal gambling laws in the world. However, many gambling online sites run illegally out of this country, with both the Canadian government and police being aware of such activities. Canada’s Law enforcement agencies are constantly cracking down on illegal gambling sites. Recently, the government ordered two websites that were running from Canada to close down, in order to assist the police with their investigation into alleged unlawful gambling activity. While there are no current charges against any of these sites, it is important to remember that this is a trend that is currently taking place in Canada and may be happening elsewhere in the world as well.

This article is provided for entertainment purposes only and is not intended to provide professional financial or investment advice, or recommendations in respect of such gambling online venues. If you are interested in gambling online, it is highly recommended to consult with an experienced gambling lawyer who is familiar with the various options available to you, as well as the different laws governing them. This article is not intended to be used as, in place of or in conjunction with professional financial or investment advice relating to online gambling. If you are considering gambling online, it is strongly recommended to seek the guidance of a professional gambling lawyer for further information and to determine if gambling online is right for you.