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Mexico – Mexican Judge dismissed for licensing Entretenimiento de México

The Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation has permanently dismissed Judge Luis Armando Jerezano Treviño. In private session the Supreme Court confirmed the dismissal of Judge Luis Armando Jerezano Treviño, accused of issuing irregular sentences that benefited casino owners. At the beginning of 2014, the judge was denounced before the Attorney General’s Office (PGR)…

Mexico – Court rules against EMEX ahead of market expansion

A Mexican Court has upheld the revocation of the license granted in 2005 to Entretenimiento de México (EMEX ). The licence allowed EMEX to operate 50 casinos for 25 years. Owned by brothers Arturo Rojas Cardona and Juan Jose Rojas Cardona the so called Tsars of Casinos EMEX was one of the largest operators in…

Mexico – Mexican Ministry closes six casinos including Playboy Cancun

Members of the Interior Ministry in Mexico (SEGOB) have closed down six casinos in six states during a major operation against local gaming company Entretenimiento De Mexico (EMEX). The closures include the Playboy Casino Club in the city of Cancún in the state of Quintana Roo. Located in the hotel district, it opened in a…

Mexico – Mexican ministry to provide licence info

A Special Investigative Commission in Mexico, which has been overseeing the investigation into the federal government’s past involvement in the issuing of gaming licences has been told that it will have access to information on how company Entretenimiento de México S.A. de C.V  was granted a gaming licence by Mexico’s Interior Ministry (SEGOB). An investigation…