On the day that the location of Britain’s first “super casino” was announced the government also reiterated its plan to ensure that remote operators based in certain jurisdictions will no longer be...
The ninety-day grace period during which slots operators in Peru can apply for an official gaming licence is set to end on March 24, but government threats of a “severe crackdown” after that date...
Venezuela’s controversial President Hugo Chávez has hinted that he may make moves against casinos and bingos as part of his plans to install “21st century socialism” in Venezuela.
In a surprising move PRD Senators have come out in favour of casino reform, despite previous objections from their party to the close relationship between the PAN government and members of the...
A new ruling has given the green light to the expansion of betting shops in Mexico, but the legalisation of casinos remains a distant prospect.
The Guyanese government announced last week that it has approved the Gambling Prevention (Amendment) Bill that green lights the introduction of casinos to the South American country.
Gibraltar-based Victor Chandler becomes the first international betting operator licensed in soccer-mad South American country - will others follow?
Chilean moratorium set to end in September but uncertainty remains over new casino laws as tribunal reviews 2005 act.

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