UPDATE 1 (9:41PM ET July 6, 2016): It seems as though Martin has pulled his insincere apology video! Why? It's a mystery.

Original: Trevor "TmarTn" Martin issued an "apology" today for his role in deceiving people about his role with CSGOLotto. In it, he essentially apologizes for getting caught. He's not really apologizing for the illegal gambling, enticing minors to gamble, failure to disclose ownership of CSGOLotto, or facilitating illegal gambling. No, he's basically just apologizing for getting caught.

Speaking from what appears to be a prepared statement, TmarTn says:

He continues to go on for a bit longer with this. You can see all of this for yourself in his "apology" video below.

There was a video here. It's been pulled from YouTube by the very person that uploaded it. What kind of a jerk would do such a thing?

Attorney Ryan Morrison, better known as the "Video Game Attorney," provided some remarks about this video in statements issued to PC Gamer. Morrison specifically addresses the part in TmarTn's video where he talks about how the age limit of 13 was merely a compliance with the COPA act and how they (CSGOLotto) do not "condone minors under the age of 18 to play on the site."

Morrison went on to say that prosecution is "as close to a sure thing as possible."

If something like that does happen, there is the very real possibility of seized assets, massive fines, and more. This doesn't even count the criminal prosecution for operating CSGOLotto.

Martin is perhaps finally starting to realize the severity of his crimes because CSGOLotto have enlisted the legal services of Watson LLP. The law firm released a statement today on behalf of CSGOLotto, specifically focusing on Trevor Martin.

Gosh, this is all so very exciting!