Google drops poker face, allows gambling apps on Play.
Google lifted its gambling apps’ ban mid-2017, allowing casinos and bookmakers to avail their apps on Google Play once again. Despite this, most people around the world can’t download their favourite real money gambling apps on the Google Play Store. Although the giant tech company accepts casino apps on its store, it has inflexible rules for whoever wants to have their apps listed.
Google which has always been opposed to allowing any real money gambling apps in the Google Play Store has just turned over a new leaf. According to Degree 53, a UK based tech company, they received an email from Google which states that “From the beginning of August 2017, Google will accept applications for the distribution of gambling apps”.
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Google heavily regulates gambling and gaming apps on its Play Store. It’s not hard to understand why. The industry has a long history of gouging and otherwise abusing the people who play their games, to say nothing of the flouting of local laws. In response to the company’s heavy-handed regulation of their industry, some app developers have taken to disguising the nature of their apps. On.
The rumours that Google intended to lift the ban on real-money gambling apps in their Google Play Store over the last few months have finally come to pass.
Tech2 News Staff Aug 03, 2017 23:33:53 IST. Google Play Store will now play host to online gambling apps that use real world money. One thing to note here is that the company will allow these apps as long as they meet certain criteria specified in the updated terms and conditions. According to these updated terms, these gambling apps are restricted to three countries at the time of writing.
The App Store is much more regulated than Google Play, plus each country has its own version of the App Store. Getting an app into the App Store means you have to endure a lengthy review process, and only apps that are legitimate are allowed through. This means that any app that permits online gambling in a jurisdiction where it is illegal is.