Online gaming is a borderless industry that’s difficult to regulate. But around the world, a desperate need for revenue is pushing countries to legalize and tax the activity — and some are pushing the U.S., where online gambling is currently illegal, to do the same. We look at how the debate is playing out in America and abroad.


  • Naotaka Matsukata Senior Policy Adviser, Altson & Bird; former Director of Policy Planning, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.
  • Clive Hawkswood Chief Executive, Remote Gambling Association

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