Phoenix Internet Cafes Raided

The Arizona Department of Gaming has come down on two Phoenix internet cafes for suspicion of illegal online gambling.

ADG director Daniel Bergin revealed that the department worked alongside the state Attorney General’s Office recovering $20,000, weapons, vehicles and gambling devices in several spots in Phoenix including the cafes.

State Attorney General Mark Brnovich claims that he prompted the investigation when he was the director of the Department of Gaming.
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    Arizona, if they have legal gambling, why don't they just apply for what they need to go online and do internet gambling. Atlantic City has legal online gambling,so it is not impossible. Why, to save a little money that they will soon make up if they are successful.

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