The defeat of President Hugo Chavez’s controversial plans to alter the Venezuelan constitution could lead to a deceleration of Chavez’s plans for reforms, analysts believe. The result of Sunday’s...
Following the publication of the UK’s “white list” in the summer, many remote gambling operators have been considering moving their businesses to Malta, Gibraltar, Alderney or the Isle of Man in...
The Uruguayan Senate voted last week to re-open a tender to private companies for a concession to operate a casino in the famous Hotel Carrasco in Montevideo. Opportunities for private operators in...
A leading member of Ecuador’s Constitutional Assembly has indicated the Assembly’s intention to remove the Junta de Beneficiencia de Guayaquil institution’s 150-year monopoly on lottery games in...
A member of Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies has submitted a bill that would extend the definition of illegal gambling in the country to specifically include online sports betting. Taking the UIGEA as...
The crime of money laundering, the process of hiding the illegal origin of the proceeds of criminal activities should be an area of vigilance to the gambling community and one in which operators...
A number of leading gaming machine manufacturers consider Mexico to be one of the hottest markets in the world, although close analysis of the applicable legislation shows that Mexico has not...
President Antonio Saca’s bill to close casinos throughout El Salvador has been declared unconstitutional by the country’s Supreme Court because it would violate municipal autonomy.
The Chilean Government has unveiled a long-awaited plan to introduce more rigorous restrictions on the distribution of slot machines in the country. The legislative project will also impose tougher...
The Ecuadorian authorities have seized over a thousand machines since initiating what legitimate operators would consider to be a long-overdue clampdown on illegal gambling in the Andean country.

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