Live casinos accepting US players
Grand Parker Live Casino:
Unfortunately we have received some negative feedback on Grand Parker, all related to their processing of withdrawals. To date we have received three complaints from three different customers all frustrated at payouts taking either too long or still being negotiated. Approach with caution.
Betphoenix Live Casino:
But hey, horses for courses. You might like them.
A note on live (online) casino options for American (US resident) players
Since the passing of UIGEA, US players have had their work cut out for them finding online gambling sites accepting their custom. Many of the larger online gambling operators, those with a significant terrestrial presence or stock exchange listing and/or EU region license have pulled out of the of the US market until such time as the legal position is clearer, or a licensing regime is introduced.
The list of casinos offering live dealer games is dominated by these larger operators…probably due to the large investment and higher marginal cost of offering this service to customers. Victor Chandler, Ladbrokes, bet365, PartyGaming, Unibet, William Hill, BetFred, Microgaming, Playtech – all heavyweights in the gambling/online gambling world, and all currently adopting a no-US player policy.
As a consequence, finding a live dealer casino accepting US customers is not easy…simply because there are not many of them. Although this may change in the future with developments in New Jersey, Delaware and other states choosing to legalize online casino games in the wake of the DOJ’s softened online gambling stance.