Neteller signs deal with Bally Technologies

As a way to reinforce the UIGEA, it was the money processors and banks that the Department of Justice first attacked. This meant nothing but a headache to U.S players when trying to make deposits in gambling sites that were, by then, considered to be illegal.

In the middle of the chaos, Neteller kept offering this service to US-based customers, becoming an immediate hit among online poker players. However, it didn’t take long for U.S prosecutors to fine the firm $136 million as they were considered to be acting illegaly.

It was recently known that Neteller has negotiated a deal with Bally Technologies and together they will be offering payment processing services to the new online poker market in Nevada. This also means Neteller will return to America after the firm was especifically relegated to the European and Far East markets.

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