Saturday, August 8, 2020

Tag: Brazil

BgC to provide in depth analysis of commercial opportunities

The Brazilian Gaming Congress outlines the focus of this year’s event with in depth sessions covering the commercial opportunities in the region.   The focus of the forthcoming Brazilian Gaming Congress (BgC) is to discuss the Brazilian market from the perspective of gaming regulation. Discussions will address the positive impact that the definition of a legal framework will provide, such as...

Brazil still on track for legalisation despite the Rousseff impeachment

Casino Review Brazil
Amid the political turmoil surrounding the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff by the Senate this month both houses of Brazil’s National Congress have continued to work on different bills for the regulation of gambling in the country.   At the end of August, the special gaming committee established by the Chamber of Deputies has finally finished work on their bill which covers...

Brazilian government to vote on gambling legislation in August

Casino Review, Brazil, Gambling, Olympic Games, bill
The Olympic Games won’t be the only place in Brazil where all eyes are on the finish line this summer, as two competing bills for regulating gambling are set to be debated in both houses of the National Congress in August.   Weathering a crisis that has seen the country’s economy hit a 25-year low, Brazil continues to consider legislation that...

A stick, a stone, the end of the prohibition of Brazilian gambling

Brazil legalisation of gambling
Much attention was given to Brazil’s ongoing path to regulation at Juegos Miami, with the legalisation of gambling set to be a game-changer, not only for the nation itself but the entire continent.   Government estimates suggest that a regulated Brazilian casino industry could generate BRL$20bn (E11.06bn) in its first year alone. Casinos have not operated in Brazil since the federal...

Brazil legislation hastened by Rousseff’s departure?

Brazil Michel Temer
The government of Brazil has continued to make sounds that it is moving towards the legalisation of casinos and other regulated gaming activities, with the country’s minister for tourism publicly stating that the new interim leader supports the bid to pass gambling legislation. “The idea is to legalise all kinds of gaming,” stated minister Henrique Alves. “Today’s gaming is carried...