President Hugo Chávez’s plans to increase spending on social projects are set to increase taxes across all sectors of the Venezuelan gambling industry.
President Lula has approved a measure to introduce a new football pools game in Brazil. Football clubs, weighed down by debt and dogged by allegations of financial corruption, will use their share...
The head of the Chilean Casino Board will not face Presidential calls for his resignation after the Chamber of Deputies last week voted against adopting the recommendations of a Parliamentary...
The Chilean Supreme Court is set to rule on Thunderbird’s challenge to its exclusion from the licensing process for 17 new casinos in Chile. A ruling in Thunderbird’s favour would undermine the...
Government officials are to be summoned to answer charges of corruption in the contractual agreements between state-owned casinos in Montevideo and private operators. Concerns expressed about the...
Mark Mendel, legal counsel for Antigua & Barbuda in its dispute with the United States, has confirmed that a total of eight countries have filed claims for compensation over the US’s decision...
Antigua says it believes it is entitled to US$3.44bn in compensation to settle its long-running dispute with the US in the WTO but with other nations, including Brazil, India and Japan, looking to...
Since the Guyanese government¹s hurried passage of laws to enable the introduction of casinos in the CARICOM member country, progress has been notable by its absence and observers are now wondering...
Remote gambling operators, until now more interested in Asian opportunities, have so far only taken tentative steps into Latin America but according to Fernando Ors of Codere, technological...
After the Supreme Federal Tribunal confirmed that the matter should be considered under federal jurisdiction, President Lula has asked the Brazilian Congress to define whether the country’s scandal...

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