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Gambling services in the region have continued to be the target of stricter measures following the implementation of a new federal tax on gambling and tighter controls from the local authorities.
In September 2016, Colombia became the first country in Latin America to establish a local licensing regime for online gaming by adopting a resolution establishing the formal application process...
After becoming the first country in Latin America to legalise online gambling in 2016, Colombia’s market continues to grow, with new regulatory changes being proposed.
The tender process for five of the seven municipal casinos is now complete. The remaining two must re-launch a tender process, as they received no bids.
Despite Mexico having one of the largest gambling markets in the region, amendments to the current regulatory framework, which dates back to 1947, remains under the consideration of the federal...
Despite the potential of the Argentine gambling market, the existing structure of the administration, which delegates the regulation and operation of gambling activities across 24 provinces, has...
On July 10, 2018, the Brazilian Congress approved Draft Law PLC 53/18, establishing the country's data protection legal framework. The law applies to any personal data handling activity performed...
Chile’s casinos produced consolidated gaming revenue of US$725m in 2017, amid a controversial legislative process to merge the country’s municipal and private casino sectors.
Revenue from Panama’s lucrative Type A slot segment was broadly flat in 2017, following tax-related declines in both 2015 and 2016, while sports-betting activity has been boosted by the country’s...
Gaming tax collections in Colombia grew by 20 percent to just under US$300m in 2017, with annual GGR from the country’s nascent online sector projected to reach around US$70m by 2020 amid piecemeal...

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