The impact of coronavirus on the rapidly growing, betting-led US$100m+ Colombian online market has paved the way for the speedy approval of live-dealer casino games and prioritisation of new game...
Amendments to Mexico’s 70-year-old gambling legislation face their sixth year sitting idle in the Senate, amid developing trends of state-level taxation and expanding online operator activity.
Regulated sports betting in Uruguay has exploded in recent years, with state-controlled La Banca de Quinielas having benefited from the September 2017 adoption of a strict ban on online gambling...
The city and the state of Buenos Aires both recently moved to legalise online gambling, with a swift goal to have both licensing regimes in place by the end of 2019.
A landmark bill legalising online and land-based fixed-odds sports betting in Brazil was signed into law in December 2018, opening up a two-year rulemaking window for Brazil’s finance ministry to...
Chile’s casinos produced consolidated gaming revenue of US$725m in 2017, amid a controversial legislative process to merge the country’s municipal and private casino sectors.
Revenue from Panama’s lucrative Type A slot segment was broadly flat in 2017, following tax-related declines in both 2015 and 2016, while sports-betting activity has been boosted by the country’s...
The Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism is currently reviewing a draft legislative proposal, which could mean that online gambling and sports-betting regulation is introduced for congressional...
The Honourable Colm Imbert, the country's minister of finance, said that the government “does not receive its fair share of taxes from the gaming sector" given the size of the industry and the...
A casino recently pulled out of Guyana over operating risks surrounding anti-money laundering (AML) legislation. 
Although known mainly for its remote gambling industry, Antigua also has land-based casinos, which offer slot machines and table games including blackjack, poker and roulette.
There are approximately 45 casino venues in Costa Rica, which according to figures released by the Costa Rican Ministry of Finance contributed close to 1bn colones in taxes during 2013. 
In 2012, the Direccion General de Ingresos reported that there were 6,536 registered slot machines in the country. 
In 2014, the Dominican Republic has continued to reform its gambling market, by imposing additional restrictions on the establishment of gambling venues and reducing the number of lottery games...
Since the complete legal and regulatory framework was put in place 2010, only two companies have been authorised to offer gambling services in Bolivia. Only one of the licensees (Curucusi Games SRL...