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Argentina – Pokerstars and other sites blocked in Córdoba

At the request of the Lottery of Córdoba, legal authorities have blocked www.pokerstars.com as well as other online operators, from organizing and promoting betting without proper authorisation from the Lottery. Although the entire list of blocked sites is not yet known, local authorities told local press that it encompasses all those sites, which can be…

Argentina – Province of Córdoba to apply online gaming tax

The Ministry of Finance for the province of Córdoba has announced that it will begin to apply a tax on online gaming transactions. The new tax, which will go into effect in January, aims to generate around $75m (US$4.4m) a year for state coffers. Credit cards will be responsible for charging players for any online…

Argentina – Lawmakers allege corruption over Ansenuza Casino

Three legislators from the province of Córdoba, Aurelio García Elorrio, Juan Pablo Quinteros and Liliana Montero, have denounced a number of irregularities centring on the construction of the Ansenuza Hotel Casino and Spa. The legislators have provided what they argue is further evidence to prosecutor Gustavo Dalma and drawn attention to architectural firm Federico Weskamp…

Argentina – US$140m bet in Cordoba Slot in 2015

Gross revenues for the 4,000 slot parlours located in 17 cities in the province of Cordoba stood at US$140m during 2015, 31 per cent more than the previous year and 336 per cent more than six years ago. According to statistics released by the Lottery of Cordoba (Córdoba Lottery SA), which is the body responsible…

Argentina – Slot revenue quadruples in eight years in Cordoba Province

Slot machines located in slot parlours are the fast fastest growing sector in gaming in the province of Córdoba. In 2007 $57m pesos was bet throughout the territory of Cordoba in slot parlours. By the end of 2014 this figure had increased to $256m, around $20m, meaning that slot machine revenue has more than quadrupled…