to be fair you have said greed isn't enough incentive, however at no point has anyone given any explanation to the numerous videos i posted showing less than realistic looking events....
if control is allowed though then there is no risk... and no one seems to be to confirm or deny this.
I don't know for sure, but I believe control would be allowed as long as the underlying 'randomness' of whatever generated the result was audited and verified. So for instance, if there was an RNG that generated the result and then the wheel was controlled to show that result, I believe
that would be acceptable.
As I said above, the risk is not with control. The risk is with rigging.
Artificially controlling results to the detriment of players and benefit of the house. That is illegal, would result in heavy fines, loss of licenses, huge brand and reputational damage, haemorrhaging of shareholders and thus a dumping of the stock price, likewise on any other companies that may be seen to be affiliated or involved (whether they were or not). The ramifications are just massive and span multiple companies. It's just not worth it.
Companies will just go set themselves up in the Isle of Man and do some tax avoidance instead. Nets you far more money and is totally legal :-/ Spend ur time and effort on things that are worth doing, not things that aren't. Rigging? Not worth doing.
Life is full of videos of things doing less than realistic-looking events. If you spin millions of spins on a roulette wheel, you will see some crazy stuff.
Go to youtube and search for crazy videos. You'll see thousands of videos of people getting near missed by cars or falling trees or lightning or whatever else. All of these are incredibly rare occurrences (let alone occurrences that ALSO get caught on camera, making them rarer), but somehow they do. In that context, it's actually relatively likely some crazy shite will happen on a roulette wheel that's on video 24/7