Gamblingcompliance looks at the comparative advantages and disadvantages of a number of remote gaming jurisdictions, with a view to providing assistance to prospective mobile gaming licensees. The...
The Mexican Secretariat of Government’s (Segob) role in issuing gaming permits is to be investigated by the Federal Government’s auditing office. Segob has attempted to block the investigation in...
The floating casino in Puerto Madero has reopened after the court-imposed order to cease operations was lifted. The casino’s joint operator, Casino Club, has also been boosted by a Presidential...
With parliamentary approval secured for its plan to privatise the operation of the Hotel Carrasco, the Municipal Government of Montevideo has now opened a public tender to both national and...
The Chilean Casino Control Board will accept applications for the remaining three licences to be granted under a 2005 law that allowed for up to 17 new casinos to be introduced in the country. The...
In a scandal that has rocked the Uruguayan government, the head regulators of casinos and lotteries in the country have been formally charged with fraud and extortion over alleged mis-management of...
A Federal judge in Argentina has ordered the closure of the Buenos Aires floating casinos, operated jointly by Spanish company Cirsa and Argentine Casino Club, after Government intervention in a...
Panamanian casinos have reported healthy growth for the year 2007 but observers warn that casinos are proving more popular with locals than the tourists they are supposed to attract to the Central...
A new chapter in Argentina’s political history was opened yesterday when the country’s first elected female leader, Cristina Kirchner, was sworn in as president. However, Government intervention in...
Politicians and operators are calling on the Secretary of Government to establish a firmer policy to tackle illicit gaming as the Mexican gambling industry looks back on a year of significant legal...

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