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Lotería Nacional para la Asistencia Pública
Plaza de la Reforma No. 1 Edificio Moro, Col.
Mexico C.P 06037



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Paysafecash enabling online cash purchases in Mexico
Paysafecash is ideal for consumers who do not wish to share sensitive financial data over the internet for security reasons, or those who do not have a bank account or a credit card.

Sportingtech at Caribbean Gaming Show & Summit 2018
During the event, Sportingtech showcased an extensive range of market-leading products and solutions. For companies wishing to enter the online betting market, the company’s veteran team brings The Pulse, a state-of-the-art platform.

BtoBet's latest Industry Report indicates Mexico a major emerging iGaming market
Mexico represents a huge opportunity for growth if certain challenges in the market can be navigated successfully.

Aristocrat announces the opening of First Lightning Link Lounge in Latin America
Located at PlayCity Casino Andares in Guadalajarareaa, the exclusive area features 32 gaming machines connected under the Lightning Link Lounge concept.

Play’n GO enters Mexico with Logrand deal
Award-winning slots specialist Play’n GO has agreed to supply its full suite of games to Mexican operator Logrand Entertainment Group.

This Week in Gambling: And then there were four
Exciting news out of the U.S. state of Pennsylvania this week, as online gambling legislation has finally passed. J. Todd is also covering gambling news out of Mexico and exciting new James Bond slot machines.

NetEnt signs Caliente deal
The company will provide its award-winning games to Caliente's online casino in Mexico.

AGS Gaming platform launches Big Bola's online offering
One of Mexico's largest licensed land-based casinos has made its way into the online gaming sphere with the AutoGameSYS platform.

NetEnt games now live in Mexico with Codere
After a successful integration process, the company's award-winning suite of games is now available in Codere's online casino network in Mexico.

Kambi and Grupo Televisa sign contract to provide sports betting to PlayCity casinos
Grupo Televisa will upgrade its sports betting offerings by providing Kambi's managed betting service to its customers.


Mexico has no specific law regarding online or mobile gambling. Licensed Mexican land-based casino operators have been permitted to offer online gambling since 2004. Over the years, they have signed partnership deals with some of the biggest online gaming businesses. The National Lottery of Mexico, Lotería Nacional para la Asistencia Pública and Pronósticos para la Asistencia Pública, launched its online lottery site in 2008.

In 2011, Las Vegas From Entertainment Inc. (LVFH) announced it had signed an Asset Purchase and Sale Agreement to acquire a 99% equity interest in Poker From Home de Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V. (PFHM). This agreement resulted in LVFH owning 99% interest in PFHM's sole and exclusive right to use the "Federal Mexican Gaming Permit" for the development and operation of certain online betting and online casino gaming activities in Mexico, excluding lotteries. The Federal Mexican Gaming Permit is valid until May 2030.

Also in 2011, mobile gaming platform developer Probability signed an agreement with Mexico Grupo Caliente to become a reseller. With the Grupo Caliente reseller gaming license, Probability can offer mobile gamblers full access to mobile slots, mobile bingo and other games compatible with all Mexican networks and platforms. A Federal Mexican Gaming Permit was issued to IMSC in 2011 as well, allowing it to offer SMS microbets on sports, lotteries and social entertainment. IMSC uses a C2C approach by matching punters with each other on every bet.

In 2015, the House of Representatives passed a bill that would regulate the country's gambling industry, including online gambling. In June 2018, legislators said they were reviewing the 1947 Federal Gaming Law Bill with the goal of drafting regulations that would bring the online gambling sector in line with the nation's other gambling organizations.

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