Regulated sports betting in Uruguay has exploded in recent years, with state-controlled La Banca de Quinielas having benefited from the September 2017 adoption of a strict ban on online gambling...
GamblingCompliance estimates that the regulated Brazilian sports-betting market will be worth just over $1bn in annualised gross revenue within five years of opening, subject to the introduction of...
This special report provides an introduction to online gambling regulation in Latin America. It includes GamblingCompliance’s forecasts for the estimated size of Brazil’s newly authorised sports...
Panama has seen a sharp and steady decline in revenues, which operators say is due to a 2015 tax that was implemented.
Despite its anti-gambling stance, the government of the province of Buenos Aires has legalised online gambling and finalised a tender for slot machines.
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...
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.
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.
Despite Mexico having one of the largest gambling markets in the region, amendments to the current regulatory framework, which dates back to 1947, remain under the consideration of the federal...
The city and the state of Buenos Aires both recently moved to legalise online gambling, with a swift goal to have both licensing regimes in place by the end of 2019.

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