Remote Gambling Recognised
By staff
Kenilworth Systems Corp have been delighted to announce that a patent they filed for a new technology that permits remote gambling has been approved by the US.

The patent, filed in August 2000, has been officially recognised by the United States Patent and Trademark Offices. The patent’s full and catchy title is: “System and Method for Remote Roulette and Other Game Play Using Game Table at a Casino.”

Kenilworth explain that this essentially means that they have been granted patenting rights on a method they intend to deliver that will give a direct to TV live-feed link on casino game action. Using a one-way digital satellite Kenilworth promise to be able to transmit live casino gambling anywhere in the world. Allowing for countries that have the proper jurisdiction and regulation on gambling set-up, of course.

Cunningly this process neatly skips right round any US laws involving online gambling, e.g. the Wire Act. In fact in order to fully comply with state jurisdiction and the proposed Federal Internet Gambling Enforcement Act Kenilworth have already proposed how players will be able to use the technology to gamble. They suggest that players may open prepaid accounts at lottery terminals, using cash only.



 
 
 
 
 
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