So if the law is that a sweepstakes game cannot be played using an "entertaining display" on a machine, are the websites / companies below breaking NC law?
If so NC should apply the law equally and charge them if they do so to the sweepstakes owners. (I believe the law to say the equipment is to be seized, so is the local TV station below's equipment going to be seized)?
Below are links to various "sweepstakes" games that can be played online, including local news and car dealer websites. Also tv shows like Wheel of Fortune, which are aired on local TV stations here in NC, have sweepstakes all the time.
WBTV (Charlotte News) http://www.wbtv.com/link/581915/football-fan-frenzy
Wheel Of Fortune http://www.wheeloffortune.com/minisites/5keveryday/
Real California Milk:
Frank Myers Auto Maxx (NC Company) http://www.frankmyersauto.com/slot-machine
We all know I can find more, but you get the point.
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