Mexico’s president argues that the casinos were illegally given licenses and orders them to step away from the table.
Venio, the mobile application providing "nano-credit" facilities to unbanked consumers in emerging markets accessed via a smartphone, today announces its launch in Mexico.
The country’s president has ordered a halt to the approval of new casino licenses.
A newly-approved digital services tax could force the fledgling gaming market in Mexico to come to a halt.
Online gambling operator 1xBet wins a Mexican online license just as the COVID-19 pandemic is shutting down the country's land-based gaming options.
A massive injection of funds will help the gaming operator move forward with its Mexican subsidiaries.
The merger will allow LOTENAL to continue operations, providing assistance to the needy with its profits.
A deputy in Mexico's ruling party announces plans to impose a 20% excise tax on online gambling operators in a bid to shut the "many tax loopholes.'
Mexico's president Andrés Manuel López Obrador says there will be no new casino licenses issued during his current term in office, which expires in 2024.
World Bank investment dispute body sides with a group of US investors in their fight with the Mexican government over the 2014 closure of a casino business.