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Congress Shashi Tharoor moved private bill in Lok Sabha to settle Online Gaming



Senior Congress Leader Shashi Tharoor has moved a private bill to regulate Online Gaming. The bill was moved in Lok Sabha. A selected member of Lower House from Trivandrum, Shashi Tharoor, is looking at online games after the recent entry of major market players.

The bill if passed will regulate, PUBG, PUBG-M, CSGO, DotA 2 and more which are considered esports.

Given a leading media house, the Economic Times, Shashi Tharoor urged the need to introduce the bill. This will allow the government to monitor and ensure that players are consistent with the Constitution and the regulations in place.

Sports (Online Gaming & Prevention of Fraud) Bill

"The main purpose of my bill is to preserve the integrity of sports. The bill is mainly divided into two parts for this purpose. Some recognize the violation of sports fraud and provide for a specific procedure The second part recognizes the fact that the growing commercial nature of the sport increases financial incentives for interested interests to manipulate sporting events, therefore it provides for the regulation of online sports activities, "Tharoor said.

Concerned or Mr Shashi Tharoor focuses on the gaming site of online games. The lack of tools and regulations for monitoring the digital gaming industry is the reason. Since gambling in India has become overgrown, the beetle can pass by in the houses prematurely than we can expect.

India's Law Commission has projected the increase in online gambling in India, estimated to reach $ 1 billion in 2021. [19659008] (function (d, s, id) {
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