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The Internet Gambling Regulation, Enforcement, and Consumer Protection Act of 2013 (H.R. 2282), introduced by Rep. Pete King, requires that in order for an operator to qualify for a license, the applicant must demonstratethey have established and can maintain the following requirements, at minimum:
Rep. King’s bill creates an Office of Internet Gambling Oversight in the Department of the Treasury. As the federal regulator, the Office would oversee state and tribal agencies carrying out licensing activity, and would have independent authority to carry out licensing activity for any entity that chose to apply directly to the Office instead of an existing state or tribal authority. The bill establishes criteria for state and tribal bodies to carry out licensing activities on behalf of the federal government.
Rep. King’s bill to regulate Internet gambling also addresses the following issues:
Click here for a complete outline of Rep. King’s bill.