Interactive Gaming Law and Legal Definition

Interactive gaming is playing gambling games through the use of communications technology which allows a person to utilize money, checks, electronic checks, credit cards, debit cards or any other instrumentality to transmit to computer information in order to assist a bet or wager

The following is an example of a State Statute (Nevada) defining Interactive Gaming:

"Interactive gaming" means the conduct of gambling games through the use of communications technology that allows a person, utilizing money, checks, electronic checks, electronic transfers of money, credit cards, debit cards or any other instrumentality, to transmit to a computer information to assist in the placing of a bet or wager and corresponding information related to the display of the game, game outcomes or other similar information. The term does not include the operation of a race book or sports pool that uses communications technology approved by the board pursuant to regulations adopted by the commission to accept wagers originating within this state for races[Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 463.016425]