Robust rules lacking in live casino boom

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Cambodia is Indochina’s undisputed king of live dealer gaming, with land-based casinos rushing to install dedicated set-ups to stream action from gaming floors to online players. Cambodia has witnessed an explosion in casino gaming of late – and it shows little sign of subsiding. There were 150 active casino licenses at the end of 2018, according to the country’s Ministry of Economy and Finance, which was a 53 percent increase on the previous year’s total of 98 active licenses. Despite the fact it’s illegal for Cambodians to gamble, the country has a booming casino market, attracting gamblers from across Asia. However, securing a license in Cambodia means a casino is, by default, able to offer online gaming too, including the live streaming of games for online players to bet on remotely. This tantalizing prize means the prospect of installing and launching a lucrative live casino offering is often the primary reason...

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