Caribbean iGaming News

Can Anjouan fill the gap Curacao is leaving behind?
1 April 2024
Amid massive change, Anjouan has come from relative obscurity to the forefront of people’s minds regarding iGaming licensing jurisdictions.»
Curacao Guidelines: The transformation of the Curacao iGaming scene
2 March 2024
Fast Offshore's Ron Mendelson dives into the jurisdiction that completely retired the master license and sub-licensing system, with all operators now operating under the new licensing system.»
R. Franco Technologies IRIS platform earns GLI certification for Puerto Rico sports betting
27 November 2023
R. Franco Technologies SLU secured a compliance Certificate for its IRIS Platform from Gaming Laboratories International for Puerto Rico Gaming Commission's Sports Wagering Rules and Regulations.»
Antigua man arrested 13 years after being charged with racketeering in connection with illegal gambling ring
29 August 2023
Richard Sullivan, 73, of St. John’s, Antigua, was indicted by a federal grand jury in Boston in August 2010 with racketeering, operating an illegal gambling business, and more.»
CBS Global launches Crypto Bet Sports
21 July 2023
The online casino and sportsbook will contain over 8,000 slots from studios such as Microgaming, NetEnt, Play’n Go, Yggdrasil, Playtech, and Pragmatic Play.»
Caesars Sportsbook goes live in Puerto Rico
7 July 2023
Legal residents of Puerto Rico who want to place a mobile sports bet can download the Caesars Sportsbook Puerto Rico app on iOS and Android.»
Puerto Rico takes a big step in the sports betting world
5 April 2023
The island’s Gaming Commission granted nine wagering licenses to companies, including BetMGM.»
SB22 partners with ZingSports to launch sports betting in Puerto Rico
9 March 2023
The partnership will provide customers with access to a wide range of sports and customers will be able to wager on in-play wagering and player props.»
Pragmatic Play awarded Bahamas license
18 July 2017
The company has become one of the first to obtain a Supplier License by the Gaming Board for The Bahamas.»
CG Technology in sports wagering deal with Baha Mar in the Bahamas
15 December 2014
Sports betting company CG Technology announced a deal Friday with the $3.5 billion Baha Mar resort in The Bahamas to provide the under-construction hotel-casino development with a mobile sports wagering system.»
Costa Rica, Antigua file for WTO arbitration
1 February 2008
Costa Rica and Antigua separately filed for World Trade Organization arbitration on January 28, seeking compensation from the United States as a result of the U.S. withdrawal of its commitment on cross-border gambling services.»
US urges Antigua to delay WTO sanctions on Internet gambling
21 December 2007
International news brief: The United States Friday urged Antigua to hold off on imposing sanctions authorized by the WTO in a dispute over online gambling, saying Washington was revising its WTO commitments. »