New Television Show Unlikely To Help U.s. Gambling

CNBC's Primetime show "American Vice" to feature online, mobile and land sportsbetting…but it doesn't look promising

CNBC's new Primetime show "American Vice", due to premiere late evening on March 4, is unlikely to do much for the image of online, mobile and land illegal sportsbetting and poker, judging by the pre-release hype the company is publishing and a short preview that can be viewed here: and here:
"Take an inside look at a multi-billion dollar industry that isn't listed on any stock exchange: illegal gambling. AmericanVice will follow the underground game runners, bookmakers, and casino operators in New York who walk the thin line between big risk and big reward every day," the publicity blurb advises.

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