myBet is regulated by Malta and powered by Netent casino games. Both Malta and Netent do not accept citizens from the United States of America.
I sent an email to the myBet support to get a clear explanation. Here is their answer :
Thank you for contacting us.
Due to a recent change in our terms and conditions we are no longer permitted to accept players from your region. Please find the conditions above explained in more detail in the following General Terms and Conditions:
6. REGULATIONS REGARDING ENTITLEMENT, CHECKING AND MONEY LAUNDERING
6.3 For legal reasons, access to certain services on the website may not be permitted for some or all residents or persons who are located in certain countries. We do not intend the website and services to be used by persons in countries in which such activities are unlawful. The website does not constitute an offer or request or invitation on our part to gamble or take out a subscription for gambling or the use of other services by way of a jurisdiction in which the activities are prohibited by law. Residents of the following countries are not allowed to use the website or these services: France, Belgium, Poland and USA.
6.4 It is your responsibility to find out about the valid laws that apply to the location or country in which you are located. You should ensure that you are acting lawfully under the jurisdiction by which you use the website or individual services.
If you should have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us per email or telephone.
As part of the US gambling law, myBet 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 myBet if you signed up from abroad. For instance if you are in vacation in South Africa or in Cancun, you could play to myBet while you drink your Bloody Mary. However, you should not use a US address and an american credit card (from HSBC for instance).
This is the same problem as "signing-up from abroad". You could use a VPN to play to myBet, but you would need to have a real address outside of the US (with utility bill at your name for instance). If you have an uncle abroad, for instance in the New Zealand, it could work. Otherwise, in case you win a $4,000,000 jackpot, myBet 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.