unlawful Internet gambling

(C)The term “unlawful Internet gambling” does not include placing, receiving, or otherwise transmitting a bet or wager where— (i)the bet or wager is initiated and received or otherwise made exclusively— (I)within the Indian lands of a single Indian tribe (as such terms are defined under the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act); or (II)between the Indian lands of 2 or more Indian tribes to the extent that intertribal gaming is authorized by the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act; (ii)the bet or wager and the method by which the bet or wager is initiated and received or otherwise made is expressly authorized by and complies with the requirements of— (I)the applicable tribal ordinance or resolution approved by the Chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission; and (II)with respect to class III gaming, the applicable Tribal-State Compact; (iii)the applicable tribal ordinance or resolution or Tribal-State Compact includes— (I)age and location verification requirements reasonably designed to block access to minors and persons located out of the applicable Tribal lands; and (II)appropriate data security standards to prevent unauthorized access by any person whose age and current location has not been verified in accordance with the applicable tribal ordinance or resolution or Tribal-State Compact; and (iv)the bet or wager does not violate any provision of— (I)the Interstate Horseracing Act of 1978 (15 U.S.C. 3001et seq.); (II)(commonly known as the “Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act”); (III)the Gambling Devices Transportation Act (15 U.S.C. 1171et seq.); or (IV)the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (25 U.S.C. 2701et seq.). (D)

Source

31 USC § 5362(10)(C)


Scoping language

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