The legality of slots in California is a controversial topic. In the past, the legality of slots has been determined by state law. However, with the passage of the Unlawful Gambling Enforcement and Prevention Act of 2006 (U.G.A.
P.), slot machines and other forms of gambling are now considered a form of illegal gambling in all 50 states. This means that slot machines in California are now illegal under federal law.
Despite this, there is still some ambiguity surrounding the legality of slots in California. Some believe that slot machines are legal under state law because the U.A does not specifically mention them, while others believe that they are illegal under state and federal law because they constitute a form of gambling. It is likely that this issue will be decided by the courts in the future. In the meantime, it is important to be aware that slot machines are illegal in California and should not be used to gamble.