Delaware launches no-money online gambling
The state of Delaware premieres online gambling this Wednesday. Players will be able to enjoy free online gambling, followed by real-money gaming in late October. “Free-play online gambling enables punters to get familiar with the online gaming environment,” a spokesperson for the Delaware lottery.
Free-play online gaming
Delaware was the first state to regulate internet gambling after governor Jack A. Markell approved House Bill 333. Gamblers can choose from a spectrum of casino games, including online poker, roulette
and slot games
Available through casinos’ websites
Delaware state’s casinos will offer the no-money gambling action through their websites. Free-play online gambling is only available for punters aged 21 years or over. Players younger than 21 need permission from their parents or guardian to access the internet gaming.
The Dover Downs Hotel & Casino is one of Delaware state’s casinos that will offer no-money online gaming through its website. “The addition of online gambling could increase the number of players at land-based casinos,” said Ed Sutor, president and CEO of Dover Downs.