The latest U.S. state to get in line for the Online gambling industry is that of Delaware. Delaware Governor Jack Markell’s administration plans on introducing what is called the Delaware’ Gaming Competitiveness Act of 2012. This act is aimed at legalizing an online intrastate gambling which would include scratch cards games, Lottery games as well as casino-style games.

As we have been reporting there are constant changes taking place in the U.S. gambling market as a result of the new legal situation after the Change of stance by the Justice Department on the Wire Act of 1961. Up till now this Act was the major stumbling block preventing legalized online gambling.

Online casino gambling and particularly online scratch cards are seen as the ideal revenue generating form of gambling as it has widespread appeal and there are millions of scratch card players in the states.

Scratch cards offer tailor made games to suit all budgets and personal tastes. It is easy to understand how many people are drawn to the classic “scratchcard” as it is simple to play and the scratchgamesformat is the same world over.

Added to this is the endless variety of online scratchcard based games that include Scratchies that range from sport to romance.

In addition the sports lottery would also be expanded to an additional 20 sites by the Fiscal Year 2012 and Keno which is a Bingo styled game would also be setup in over 100 sites statewide.

At the moment it is only legal to bet on casino and sports games at three state approved Delaware racetrack casinos that include Dover Downs, Delaware Park and Harrington Raceway.

As State Finance Secretary Tom Cook pointed out, Illinois launched their online lottery last week and sold more than $15,000 in lottery sales in the first day alone.

Unlike in days gone by, many of us enjoy curing that itch away on our Scratchgames or lotterry games by simply pushing a button on our mobile devices and getting an electronic Mobile  Scratch card or play some slots games.

This proposed legislation is aimed at keeping gambling revenues within the state and prevent neighboring state from attracting Delaware gamblers.

Revenues from gambling in Delaware reached over $248.8 million in 2011 as many state politicians believe that an additional $7-$8 million would be gained annually should the bill be passed. In terms of the bill all profits from casinos inter games up to the amount of $3.75 million would go to the state coffers and anything above that amount would be divided between the hosting casinos and horse racing industry.

Chief executive of Dover Downs believes that the possible legalization of online gambling would be a beneficial move for all,” “Internet, that’s the way of the future. This could be a big plus for the state of Delaware.”

This is in fact a big Plus for all Online Scratch Cards and casino gambling in the U.S. The facts on the ground are already too far gone now to turn back. Online Gambling Is Back In the United States!