The code in Louisiana is very unambiguous and actually contains a sentence specifically related to gambling at online casinos, "Whoever commits the crime of Gambling by Computer shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars, or imprisoned for not more than six months, or both."
...the whole thing came about and was added to the code by way of an actual Constitutional Amendment, which we find pretty fascinating. That seems like a lot of work to decide what players can and cannot do in their own homes.
It’s most likely that the state is just trying to protect its financial interests, as there are multiple forms of gambling legal within the state. Chances are that they just want to monopolize the online casino market for themselves if they ever decide to get into that.
However, the funny thing about it is:
they will need a Constitutional Amendment to modify the previous Constitutional Amendment to allow themselves to offer online casinos to their own citizens.
There is a record of an actual arrest related to online casinos that we were able to dig up, but this had to do with three online casino operators and, as far as we can tell, no actual people acting merely as players were arrested.
You can read more about Louisiana here.
We can find no instance and have no expectation that any player would ever face criminal charges for acting as a player and not an operator.
For that reason, many online casino websites that are based overseas offer their services in Louisiana, and here are some of them for you to choose from:
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