Gaming = Gambling? If it is, you’re in trouble.
First rule: Don’t try to get Americans. Maybe this administration might be better, but there have been several cases where someone operating out of a third country was arrested by the American government for offering on line gambling to Americans. It doesn’t matter where your servers are located. America has 50 different states and each one has their own rules on online gambling. Plus, there are the federal regulations.
For any country you operate out of, you are going to jump through lots of hoops. First of all, you’ll have to show that you’re legitimate. That you have no criminal record and none of your associates have criminal records. You’ll also have to show that you have the means (i.e. money) to actually run such a site and pay any bets that are won. You’ll be jumping through all sorts of legal hurdles, so you’re going have to get a team of lawyers working for you from the start.
Remember too that many of these rules were written to help protect the already existing industry. They aren’t too fond of anyone who wants to make a quick buck opening up their own on line casino. It is very likely that any site you open up will be burdened with legal challenges and you will have the ability to fund your legal defense.
If this is about on line gambling, you’re going to need a lot of costly legal advice. I wouldn’t even begin to know where to start looking.