The Central American country has been without casino gambling action for over six months because of COVID-19.
The Costa Rica-based sportsbook acknowledges that its recent breakup with US customers was a result of plans to become regulated in the market.
The Central American tourism hotspot is testing the waters by approving travel to the country from just six states in the US.
The Central American country is reportedly home to the majority of the tech innovation found throughout the world.
Gambling in the Central American country is going to have to wait until officials are confident the COVID-19 situation is well under control.
The impact COVID-19 is having on Costa Rica’s economy has resulted in calls for a sports gambling revival.
A real estate attorney knowingly accepted money that came from illegal gambling operations.
Casino City Caribe is expected to be a huge tourist attraction on the Caribbean coast, and make Costa Rica a destination on par with Las Vegas.
Costa Rican and US authorities confirm that the body of 5Dimes founder William Sean 'Tony' Creighton has been found one year after his disappearance.
Seven people in New York are looking at possibly spending some time behind bars for their involvement in an illegal gambling operation based out of Astoria.