The ongoing issue of illegal gambling streams on Twitch has seen little to no attention from the site creators until earlier this August. But despite the alarming need for strict measures, a slight regulation has been introduced in order to prevent streamers from engaging in unlawful betting activities. Being that Twitch makes benefits from channels like Trainwreck and xQc, it’s possible that this band-aid solution was proposed in order to silence the complaining public, and allow streamers to carry on with shady, money-making activities.
As Nevada’s casinos faced another wave of repetitive mandates, gamblers and right-winged freedom fighters began taking action against the re-imposed regulations. One noteworthy incident was reported earlier this August as Maison Des Champs, 22, scaled a Vegas casino building ropeless. After getting arrested, he decided to dedicate his time and efforts to bring back freedom to Nevada’s gamblers and casino employees. This week, Des Champs organized a protest that had astounding traction despite the media’s lack of coverage. Las Vegas casino fans join in to push for normalcy.
Just as Nevada got a taste of freedom after the lockdown, mask mandates went back into effect Friday, this late June. Not many are happy with the reinstated regulations, but very few attempt to push back against the retrogression. However, a 22-year-old man named Maison Des Champs took it upon himself to make a statement, quite a shocking one too. After losing his grandfather to suicide during the lockdown, he began to protest against the government’s infringement on freedom. This Tuesday, Des Champs climbed 60-some floors of the Aria Resort and Casino’s exterior to send a message.
Some forms of entertainment that are permissible to adults must be kept out of children’s sight. With sports betting making its way to Ohio, also come critics who are concern with potentially harmful semantics. Groups are now arguing a bill passed by the Senate this June, as sports betting advertisements appear to target minorities youth. Predatory gambling may make operators an extra buck, but the receiving ends will get a hot burn.
Vaccinated folks are awaiting a potential prize draw that could change their lives. And while many have already been randomly selected for various cash winnings and generous perks, thousands of overly excited individuals fell for scams that came with painful, nonrefundable aftermath. It’s easy to think that falling for a scam is a foolish mistake, but con artists never miss a chance to develop a new scheme that can be surprisingly convincing - even to the vigilant eye. This week, the World Health Organization made efforts to alert the vaccinated against compensation scammers impersonating Capital Finance.