The impact of coronavirus on the rapidly growing, betting-led US$100m+ Colombian online market has paved the way for the speedy approval of live-dealer casino games and prioritisation of new game...
The interactive map on the online gambling regulatory outlook in Latin America has been created to provide an overview of the changes on the horizon in the region.
In Argentina, gambling regulation falls to each of the country’s 23 independent provinces and the autonomous city of Buenos Aires. Both the province and city of Buenos Aires are working towards...
Land-based and online sports betting is set to be regulated in Brazil after a new law was enacted in December 2018. Meanwhile, legislation to authorise casinos and other forms of gaming remains...
In December 2018, both the province and city of Buenos Aires passed legislation to authorise online gambling. This report provides a comprehensive summary of the regulatory regime for both...
Amendments to Mexico’s 70-year-old gambling legislation face their sixth year sitting idle in the Senate, amid developing trends of state-level taxation and expanding online operator activity.
In September 2016, Colombia became the first country in Latin America to establish a local licensing regime for online gaming. The Colombian gaming authority, Coljuegos, has awarded 18 concession...
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.
Peru is preparing for legislative reforms, which, if approved, will regulate online gambling and sports-betting services in the country.
Uruguay’s gambling market is predominantly operated by the state, with the participation of the private sector only in a limited number of casino operations. 

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