A bill that would require the Nevada Gaming Control Board to report people who have been suspended from Internet gambling sites for cheating has been written.
Deputy Speaker of the Assembly Steve Yeager (D-Las Vegas); Assembly Bill 380 The Nevada Gaming Control Board would have to create regulations that include publishing the full name, date of birth and account handle of people.who is suspended or banned from an interactive game system for cheating. “
Appeal to the right customer.
“There needs to be some transparency and some accountability. When the WSOP or someone decides something is outstanding enough to give to a player, I think the poker community should know that, Yeager, poker hobbyist; said Nevada Homet.”
The request was submitted to the Council of the Judiciary.
Support for a global ban
Nevada has only one poker site, Caesars Entertainment’s WSOP.com. But because Nevada is one of the members of the Multi-State Internet Gaming Agreement (MSIGA), players in Nevada play against players in Michigan and New Jersey.
The bill, in its current draft, also appears to require gambling boards from MSIGA to provide lists of players who have been banned from cheating via WSOP.com. Yeager indicated that AB 380 will likely need to be amended before it is taken up by lawmakers.
Online poker sites are in a constant battle to sniff out cheaters, and players are often shunned. However, the names of the sanctioned players or accounts are never released, in order to prevent people from making fraudulent accounts after the ban, like players like Ali Imsirovic and Jake Schindler.
Both high-stakes cheats are apparently banned by GGPoker, but absolutely not confirmed. They have not been active on the site since GGPoker announced that they will be banning 40 accounts in 2020, and following the consequences imposed by those within the industry, they were suspended from competing on the PokerGo Tour in September due to the accusations.
According to one of the biggest names in the game, Imsirovic has not learned his lesson. This month, Daniel Negreanu took to Twitter to call him out and urged every live venue and venue to permanently condemn him.
Before knowing the mistakes of Ali Imsirovic, I thought that it was a life that loved the game and that it was a long-term tournament fixture.
I hear that they will continue their antics and that it will be inevitable at this point
All employees must be both online and live…
—Daniel Negreanu (@RealKidPoker) March 8, 2023
Negreanu is one of several pros who are on the global ban of players who are caught cheating online. This requires work sites, which is an impossibility. At least one company said it was willing to discuss the logistics of implementing a global brand package, but cautioned that it would not be easy.
In a blog post, Partygaming Head of Game Integrity Juha Pasanen outlined several issues online gambling sites will have to face if and when the industry moves to branding. That includes getting a license from multiple jurisdictions the site operates in: Sola Partygaming operates in 14 different jurisdictions.
“Trying to set universal rules instead of legislation will be a mountain in practice, but it’s not worth trying, though,” he wrote.
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