Russia to move Gambling District

By : | September 2, 2010 | World Political News

The Krasnodar Governor Alexander Tkachyov has written to the Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in a bid to have the gambling zone moved from Azov City in the south of the country to a resort city on the Black Sea coast, called Anapa.

The reason behind Tkachyov’s push for the new casino location is that he believes that Azov City is too far from the population centres and has failed to attract investors and gamblers. The law to restrict gambling to four special zones came into force in July 2009. It seems that since this law was introduced, people have avoided these areas.

Perhaps the people of Russia have decided to play casino games online rather than travel to a specified zone to get their gambling fix. The casino en linea of Spain is popular all over the world, as is the German and French.