Insights & Analysis

Brazil is now preparing to adopt regulations for online sports betting without reducing the headline tax rate from 3 percent of turnover to a more competitive 1 percent, after an effort to amend its sports-betting law failed to score swift approval in Congress.

HSBC launches promised gambling blocker, Californian tribes file a sports betting ballot initiative and Ladbrokes receives Australian fine...

Rhode Island's lottery contest hots up, fewer children are gambling in Great Britain and Japan sets a new start date for the casino...

Regulatory Research

In September 2016, Colombia became the first country in Latin America to establish a local licensing regime for online gaming. The...
GamblingCompliance estimates that the regulated Brazilian sports-betting market will be worth just over $1bn in annualised gross revenue...
After many years on the periphery of the global online gambling industry, Latin America is fast growing in strategic importance as more...

Data & Forecasts

Latest quarterly data from Spanish-based Cirsa. The data released for the company contains the following information: Group income statement, geographical EBITDA mix, geographical distribution of...

Latest half-yearly data from Australian-listed Aristocrat Leisure. The data released for the manufacturer contains the following information: Revenue, cost of sales, gross profit, profit/loss before...