Yet Another Online Casino Leaves Australia

As Freddy Mercury once sang: "Another one bites the dust."

Ah, the Australian government and their insistence on restricting our ability to have the internet casino experience we want. With increased and more regulations pouring in on a seemingly daily basis, on the web casinos are leaving the marketplace in droves.

We've seen the fall of many. They disappeared from our web browsers like Ask Jeeves, offered instead to citizens of countries who enable you to do what you would like with your own money.

Am I biased because I'm a big online gambler living in Australia who just wants to have access to the online casinos I want and bet on sports just how I wish to and go through the thrill and excitement of risking money to win money? "No, generally not very, " he entered a sarcastic manner.

"Hey, Martin, why the not sudden but overtly aggressive foot stomping that's borderline unpatriotic? " maybe you are thinking about. Well, because we just lost 32Red.

I know. Before we continue, let's do a five-second moment of silence.

32Red is a sportsbook, casino, and poker room that was top quality, highly reputable, and offered some awesome win potential, and of course each of their bonuses on offer. While existing members can still play, no new members can register, and all internet marketing toward the Australian demographic has been disassembled, meaning anyone who didn't know already about the magic of 32Red is out of luck (in more ways than one. )

William Hill, 888, now 32Red, and that is not mentioning a wide array of others which have withdrawn as a result of the regulations. It's unclear what new regulations prompted the move by 32Red, but it's kind of surprising that any on line casino puts up with it. Granted, Australia is amongst the strongest gambling markets, but still, anyone withdrawing seems reasonable.

That's not to express that I'm personally against government regulation. The thought of all businesses and industries going unchecked makes my stomach turn. But on line casino restrictions in Australia frequently restrict the consumer, which seems like a violation to me. It's one thing to say that casino games have to be fair and truly random; it's another to state I can't bet on a match after it's already started unless I take advantage of a phone. What is this, 19whatever?

They do say it's to protect citizens, I say it restricts my power to relax just how I wish to.

Who knows that will be another to go. Who knows how many will be ultimately left. This indicates the goal is to have as few online casino options that you can, leaving Australian players utterly powerless to select which on the web casino interests them and instead go with mostly of the that even lets them play.