Eurogrand is regulated by Gibraltar and powered by Playtech casino games. Both Gibraltar and Playtech do not accept citizens from the United States of America.
I sent an email to the Eurogrand support to get a clear explanation. Here is their answer :
Due to changes in the law within the US online gaming is not permitted and we take active steps to prevent this.
If you are going to a different country that doesn't have any restrictions against online gambling then you may be able to play with us.
If you have other question/concern, feel free to send us an email or contact us via phone for assistance.
As part of the US gambling law, Eurogrand preferred to step back from the US Markets. However, some online casinos still continue to accept US citizens. Check our top 3 US Casinos.
Technically, you could play to Eurogrand if you signed up from abroad. For instance if you are in vacation in Cancun or in Panama, you could play to Eurogrand while you drink your Tom Collins. However, you should not use a US address and an american credit card (from RBS for instance).
This is the same problem as "signing-up from abroad". You could use a VPN to play to Eurogrand, but you would need to have a real address outside of the US (with phone bill at your name for instance). If you have your father abroad, for instance in the South Africa, it could work. Otherwise, in case you win a $5,000,000 jackpot, Eurogrand could block your funds..
We know that Bovada is currently accepting US citizens. It is powered by Top Game software and offers a nice welcome bonus.