Tag Archives: mexico
- Kambi expands Mexican presence via PlayCity deal
Sports betting technology provider Kambi Sports Solutions has expanded its deal with Mexico’s PlayCity brand. In June 2015, Kambi inked a deal with Apuestas Internacionales S.A. de C.V., a division of Grupo Televisa, the parent company of the PlayCity casino brand. That deal called for Kambi to supply self-service betting...
- Storm International Has Sold its Mexican Operations
Storm International has sold its Mexico business, Storm International South America (SILA) in Monterrey, operating since 2009, which comprises two entertainment complexes, Hollywood I and Hollywood II, with a total of over 1,000 slot machines. Both the amount and the buyer are not disclosed. The properties are sold to optimize...
- PokerStars inks deposit deal with Mexico’s largest convenience store chain
PokerStars has struck a deal to allow its players in Mexico to fund their online accounts via the nation’s leading convenience store chain. Amaya Gaming’s PokerStars brand announced this week that it had reached a deal with Oxxo, the country’s third largest retail chain. Oxxo operates over 13k convenience stores...
- Kambi inks sports betting technology deal with Mexico’s PlayCity Casinos
Sports betting B2B technology provider Kambi Sports Solutions has inked an omni-channel deal with Mexico’s PlayCity Casinos. On Wednesday, Kambi and PlayCity’s parent company Grupo Televisa announced the deal, which will see Kambi deploy its fixed-odds sports betting terminals in two PlayCity Casinos. Assuming this ‘proof of concept’ proves fruitful,...
- Mexico to authorize casinos in tourist resorts
Mexico is preparing to authorize the construction of casinos in popular tourist resorts, including Acapulco, Baja California and the Mayan Riviera. The country’s Interior Ministry said in a press conference last week that the idea was to keep new casinos from springing up in urban areas, where they’re more likely...
- Ladbrokes Enters Mexican Online Gaming Market with Sportium
Ladbrokes returns to the Mexican market through Sportium, a joint venture with Spanish operator CIRSA. This week, Sportium, a multi-channel betting operator in Spain and official betting partner of La Liga, had launched a new regulated website in Mexico, leveraging the regulated, offline operations of Casino Life, Cirsa’s Mexico casino...
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