Saracen Casino Seeks Regulatory Amendment to Launch iGaming in Arkansas

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In the letter sent to the commission, Saffa reportedly explained that estimates indicate internet casino gambling from Saracen alone would generate an additional $12 million in taxes annually for the state.” The commission, reportedly governing all gambling in the state, has expanded its coverage from horse racing and casino games to retail sports betting since July 2016 and mobile sports betting since April 2022. Launching an iGaming app sought by the Saracen Casino Resort would extend the regulator’s coverage and expand gambling offerings in Arkansas.

Potential Approval Would Mark Gambling Milestone:

The state would also become the first in the region to legalize online casino gambling, according to THV11. Some online card games like poker are currently legal, but Saffa reportedly claims that these are not available to consumers. Therefore he is asking the Racing Commission to amend the rules referring to legal internet games by including iGaming in the current legal frame.

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