TN Government is urged by the Esports Players Association to not combine skill games with gambling

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While the Tamil Nadu government works to regulate online gaming, the Esports Players Welfare Association (EPWA) has asked the government to differentiate between games of skill and gambling. In a recent submission to the government, the association requested that the state recognise skill games as a distinct sport separate from gambling.

The government should provide a safe haven for professional, amateur, and casual online skill gamers by exempting them from any state-related gambling or gaming legislation, according to the association’s representation. According to Shivani Jha, director of the EPWA, multiple laws and classifying skill-based games as gambling are leading to the criminalization of skill-based players.

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TN Government is urged by the Esports Players Association to not combine skill games with gambling

While the Tamil Nadu government works to regulate online gaming, the Esports Players Welfare Association (EPWA) has asked the government to differentiate between games of skill and gambling. In a recent submission to the government, the association requested that the state recognise skill games as a distinct sport separate from gambling.

The government should provide a safe haven for professional, amateur, and casual online skill gamers by exempting them from any state-related gambling or gaming legislation, according to the association’s representation. According to Shivani Jha, director of the EPWA, multiple laws and classifying skill-based games as gambling are leading to the criminalization of skill-based players.

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