Live Coverage Of Mine Rescue Taking Away From Online Gambling
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The live coverage of the mine rescue has captivated audiences all across the world, with several networks airing the historic event in Chile. Online casinos, however, have felt the effects of all of the people that are tuning in to watch the rescue.
Whenever a major event is on television, it pulls gamblers away from their computers, and when that event is as historic as the miner rescue, the numbers go way down at online casinos. Several gamblers gave insight into why they have stayed away from the casinos today.
“I have the opportunity to go to my favorite online casino to play poker at any time, but I doubt I will ever see a situation like the one taking place right now in Chile,” said Mark Bentle, as he watched from his home in England. “I can’t believe these people have survived this long down there.”
Millions of people have tuned in to CNN, Fox News, ABC News, and other networks to capture the rescue live. Last night. shortly before midnight, the conclusion to the miner trapping began to unfold. The rescue workers started to pull out the thirty-three miners that were trapped, and the effort continued into Wednesday.
“I wouldn’t miss this for the world,” said online poker player Matt Schwarn, who was watching the event with his girlfriend. “Usually we are playing in an online tournament right now before work, but today we chose to watch a piece of history.”
Online gambling has become more prevalent over the past decade, with millions of gamblers across the world participating. In countries such as the US, where online gambling is not regulated, lawmakers have been working on laws to protect their citizens that are currently gambling at offshore websites.