Tag: Mexico

Online Gambling for Mexico a Bad Bet in 2018

Mexico’s long-delayed rewrite of its gambling laws are a bad bet to be approved before 2018, according to the head of the country’s gambling industry association. Last week, Miguel Angel Ochoa Sanchez, president of AIEJA, told Mexican media outlet Milenio.com that he didn’t see Mexico’s new Law of Games and Sweepstakes passing in the current…

NetEnt Now Live in Mexico

NetEnt has gone live in Latin America for the first time after confirming that its content is now available through Codere’s online casino network in Mexico. The games developer late last year signed a licence agreement with Codere – which has a significant presence in Latin America – to enter the regulated online casino market…

Ladbrokes delays launch of Mexican sports betting brand

SBC News – Ladbrokes’ planned launch of Mexican sports betting brand Sportium.mx, has been delayed due to regulatory issues, according to eGaming Review.  The Mexican sports betting brand was set to launch this week ahead of the 2014 Brazil Word Cup. Ladbrokes have not disclosed details on the regulatory issues concerning Sportium.mx. However a Ladbrokes…

Five surprising facts about the Mexican iGaming Market

Calvin Ayre – Its no secret that there is a lot of opportunity in Latin America for businesses, especially digital businesses and of course this includes online gambling.  When we discuss opportunities in Latin America at conferences or around the water cooler, we tend to focus on Brazil, or Panama or sometimes Columbia and Chile,…