Is Casino Days Legal in India?
The short answer is yes – Casino Days is legal in India, and maybe most importantly, Casino Days is safe. However, regarding the state of online gambling in general in India, the answer might not be as clear.
Gambling laws in India are governed by the Public Gambling Act of 1867. This act prohibits operating or visiting gambling houses with a few exceptions such as horse racing and lotteries. This law does not explicitly mention online gambling, leaving a gray area that could be interpreted differently.
Some legal experts would argue that neither is covered by the Public Gambling Act of 1867, as it does not specifically mention online gambling. On the other hand, some maintain that online gaming falls under the category of “betting and gambling,” as defined by the law.
There have been court cases regarding online gambling in India, with some courts ruling it as a game of skill rather than chance and therefore exempt from the Public Gambling Act. However, other courts have prohibited online gambling as illegal under Indian law.
Casino Days have been around for several years now, so it seems pretty safe to say that they are both considered legal activities.
It’s important to note that Indian gambling regulations vary between states. Some states have straight up banned online gambling completely, while others have legalized and regulated it with certain conditions. Specifically:
-Goa, Sikkim, and Nagaland and more have legalized it.
-Maharashtra and Telangana have explicitly prohibited it.
So, if you are living in one of the prohibited states – Casino Days will not be available for you. If there are any updates on this however, we will either update this post or create a new one here at Gamblino.