The laws of North Carolina define gambling as participating in any, “Game of chance,” so they do not require any statutory language specific to Internet Gaming for that to be covered under the law. Gambling is considered a Class II Misdemeanor and any monies won via online gambling theoretically be seized by the state. As a practical matter, this has never happened to any online player that we have found nor has it been reported anywhere.
There have been busts in the State of North Carolina having to do with illegal gambling, as we point out on our restrictions page.
But, those have mostly had to do with illegal machines and places essentially operating as casinos.
Similar to Florida...
...they would have places spring up advertising themselves as, “Internet Cafes,” and the way they would work is that people would buy, “Credits,” which were really just slot credits and they would play the games. In other cases, there would be so-called, “Games of Skill,” that manufacturers often claim to businesses are legal, even though they are generally not.
Similar to these shops, we imagine that the state would take efforts to arrest and prosecute operators of online casinos, but we have never heard of an instance of a player being arrested and prosecuted.
In fact - it seems that North Carolina left the players themselves alone in the places that the state raided.
For this reason, most online casinos that operate within the United States also do so in North Carolina, and you can find several of them by clicking our links below:
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