Linden Lab wrote:
Skill gaming is defined as "a game, implemented through an Inworld object: 1) whose outcome is determined by skill and is not contingent, in whole or in material part, upon chance; 2) requires or permits the payment of Linden Dollars to play; 3) provides a payout in Linden Dollars; and 4) is legally authorized by applicable United States and international law. "
The mentioning of International law makes things complicated to the point of "legal impossibilities".
I am specially talking about your (LL) legal demands for the Operators ( 4.a.(iii) in the application form)
"(iii) A Reasoned Legal Opinion that describes each Skill Game (including detailed operational descriptions) and provides a detailed analysis of its compliance with applicable United States and international law; "
This is a request for "Reasoned Legal Opinion" by attorneys specialized in international litigation.
These are highly specialized and costly demands.
Please have your legal adviser provide us with details on what will be needed in terms of international law.
Greetings from Greece