Unfortunately, as a result of the Unlawful Internet Gambling and Enforcement Act (UIGEA) in 2006, US citizens will face some difficulties playing at Casino’s Allowing U.S. Players, especially those players who are trying to use credit or debit cards issued by US banking institutions. Online gambling in the US is a bit of a grey area, but the UIGEA does not prohibit US online gambling directly. What it does do is prohibit transfers of funds from US financial institutions to online gambling sites that allow US players.
This means that the 2006 Act does not prohibit any individual from playing, but rather the problem lies with online casinos allowing US Players, with players based in the United States, from accepting funds from US citizens, into their accounts. None of what is written on this page should be constituted as legal advice. If you are in any doubt as to the legality of playing at Casino’s Allowing U.S. Players, you should contact a lawyer within the jurisdiction you live in.
In terms of funding and withdrawing from player accounts, it has become simple to make a deposit and receive a withdrawal. Most Casino’s Allowing U.S. Players now accept Credit Cards, Bitcoins and E-wallets for deposits, To Withdraw they will either send you a check,bitcoin, or a wire to your bank account. If you want instant payments go with the Bitcoin option, or you can even have the money credited back to a credit card.
Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act
This means that the 2006 Act does not prohibit any individual from playing, but rather the problem lies with online casinos allowing US Players