Online Casino Takes Time to Consider its US Decision
By Andrew B
InterXgaming is considering whether to offer Online Casino services to US customers.

The gaming site is also questioning the decision of leading gaming sites not to allow bets from U.S residents in light of the latest bill passed through the U.S Senate.

InterXgaming consists of an online casino, poker room and Sportsbook. The company has announced that it will not make any permanent decisions for the moment as to whether to accept U.S players or not and will consider their options on the ban.

The legislation itself does not ban U.S residents from playing in online casinos and has not yet been signed by the president. The bill only calls for a halt in credit card, electronic transfers and checks to online casino gambling companies, leaving a host of online accounts available for U.S residents to use for depositing. It remains to be seen how the law will be defined whether in fact it will mean a complete stop of gaming in these offshore companies or a stop of certain financial methods.

InterXgaming will keep a close eye on the outcome of the before coming to their decision. In the meantime they will look to build a strong internet business reputation in Europe and Asia as an honest and reliable place to wager.

Todd Wolf, marketing manager of interXgaming said, 'It will be tough in the coming months as most online gaming companies will look to Asia and Europe, driving up prices for media in those regions.'

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