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Streaming gaming started as little as five years ago with YouTube players posting themselves playing games - slots in particular - from their favorite Vegas casino.  Jump ahead a few years and streaming has become big business with all the big players.

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Regulating online casino gambling is a hot-button issue for European governments. Different countries have different approaches based on the political realities and the social fabric of each country.

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Electronic Games removed Ultimate Teams loot boxes from some of its FIFA games in response to a federal lawsuit that asserted that, by unlawfully increasing the games’ difficulty, Electronic Arts induces gamers into paying more money which is a form of gambling. 

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The next version of the internet is generally believed to be what is being called a “metaverse” – a space comprised of  persistent, shared, 3D virtual spaces that link into a perceived virtual universe. “Meta” means “beyond” and  the metaverse is envisioned as being a virtual space that, like the online casino, is constantly active and online. In developers’ minds, the metaverse will have its own media, shopping areas, casino sign up bonus promotions and economy.

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2020 has been a year of change for ....well, everything.  Online casinos with attractive promotions like no deposit bonus codes have been a big draw for people shut in the house during lockdowns.  But it doesn't end there in the field of online gaming.

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All in all, the gaming industry had a good year in 2020.  The global pandemic caused a lot of heartaches and headaches for billions of people but to counter their distress and boredom, many turned to video and online casino gaming. The gaming industry responded by introducing new games and new tech. One of the biggest trends of 2020 involved cloud-streaming tech which, on first glance, seems to be a game changer. But is it?

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The government in Beijing has been targeting gamblers in their push to limit online casino gambling in the country but e-commerce giants are fighting back.  Illegal online gambling platforms including welcome bonus casinos have become more pervasive since the COVID-19 pandemic hit and Chinese authorities now find themselves investigating close to 9000 cross-border gambling cases. 

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Pennsylvania reported that its October Vegas casino online sports betting revenues exceeded $500 million. This marks the third consecutive record month for Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania legalized sports betting exactly two years ago and questions about the state’s policies, including a record 36% tax, have been swept away as Pennsylvania sports betting skyrockets.  

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Streaming refers to online casino gamers who broadcast their no deposit bonus codes video-game gameplay live to online viewers. The rise of competitive gaming and esports has fueled the evolution of live streaming. It doesn’t sound like an interesting thing to do to watch others play games.

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The November elections saw additional states vote to legalize online casino sports betting while both the FanDuel and DraftKings fantasy sports operators reported another week of solid results. But outbreaks of COVID-19 cases in the big leagues, particularly within the NFL, is causing concern.

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