32Red lifts ban on the US market
By staff
This week 32Red has lifted the ban on players in the United States. The ban was imposed on Americans in January 2004 due to the company’s concern about legislation in the states.

The UK government’s decision to license and regulate online casinos and the fact that no ban on US players has been envisages for US players has led to 32Red re-opening its doors to the massive US market.

A 32Red spokesman said, “We have taken this whole issue very seriously and have put a lot of time into researching the US question. Whilst the UK remains our main market, we believe that we have a casino and poker offering that Americans will appreciate and enjoy.”

However, there are still problems in the US market to do with payouts. American players cannot have winnings reimbursed to their credit cards like UK winners. 32Red try to give players their winnings quickly, and the US credit card system does not allow this to happen, so the company is encouraging the use of e-wallets such as Neteller and Firepay.

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