In this special report, GamblingCompliance analyzes Brazil’s newly-enacted sports-betting law.
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...
In this updated special report, GamblingCompliance analyses the operational challenges associated with turnover-based taxation of online sports betting, illustrated by several case studies and a...
After passing legal reforms in 2014, Nicaragua’s gambling market remains largely unchanged and underdeveloped.
Bolivia continues to struggle to attract gambling operators, with only one private operator and one public lottery currently in operation. However, in May 2017, the gambling regulator stated that...
The Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism is currently reviewing a draft legislative proposal, which could mean that online gambling and sports-betting regulation is introduced for congressional...
This report intends to provide an introduction to online gambling regulation in Latin America and includes GamblingCompliance’s forecasts for the estimated size of the newly opened market in...
On April 1, 2017 those provisions of Resolution 439-11/2016 that set out the new thresholds for which obligated parties must report entered into force. These provisions were established in...
This report by GamblingCompliance provides a practical summary of the process for obtaining an online gambling concession in Colombia, the first country in Latin America to adopt a national...

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