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    Quote Originally Posted by casinoduende View Post
    but unfortunately this is not the case. Hopefully in the future this will change.
    I wait this 6 years. No Players from Argentina. The one exception Miljugados - the one and only casino/sportsbook that convert players from Argentina.
    But now they are closed for legal reason.

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    I am staring to have something now finally from bodog (it is not huge though). Also something from 1xbet.
    There is no upper age limit but people over 60 years old are not recommended to trade bitcoin in consideration of price volatility and risk tolerance.

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    Sadly people in LATAM are used to getting ripped off. people that like to play slots prefer to go to a near casino and does not usually pay anything online, so maybe we will need to wait 5+ years to have the market ready.

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    Hello everyone! I want to add 2 more things that nobody mentioned but they are very important in this case.

    1.-The internet connection. South America doesn't have a very good internet connection. I have played different online video games with people from South America and we had a lot of Lag problems. I Also traveled to Colombia and Perú and had the same problem there. A really bad internet connection in hotels, hostels and apartments. I found out that people in the north of Perú use the mobile as a modem and use the cellular internet. Something similar in Colombia, a bit better than Perú I have to say.

    2.- People feel insecure about online payments, purchases, etc. Also in México, people doubt these things and prefer asking people they know about their experience. Another thing I realized about Colombia, Venezuela, and Perú is that they prefer paying with cash. In Venezuela and Colombia, it is expensive to have a Credit card and people don't trust banks that much. In Perú, they simply prefer using cash.

    So, I would add those 2 more reasons why Latinamerican people prefer to go and play at the Casinos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nik0 View Post
    I definitely wouldn't generalize the "Latin American" market. Every country is absolutely different regarding online gambling due to local laws, interest and betting culture, financial services and everything else. About sports betting affiliates:


    Argentina - it was a nice market but the federal government finally managed to kill it closing Miljugadas, the banking is very restrictive and transactions to foreign bookies are hard and expensive making affilite efforts now almost worthless. I can say Argentina is the most retarded country in terms of government policy (excluding Venezuela) not just about gambling but everything...


    Peru - top of the tops!! The best and developed market, there is a huge interest and also a fair amount of brands to promote who are tailored for the country with local payments etc. and convert very well.


    Mexico - also very good. The market is regulated since some years with a number of licensed bookies (just Caliente is worth though) but Mexicans still can bet anywhere and there is a good amount of foreign bookies suiting Mexicans well too.


    Brazil - another fine market with many bookies exploiting it but you need to switch to Portuguese.


    Colombia - potentially great but since the regulation last year issuing licenses to 7-8 local brands (who are more than sufficient for the local players) unfortunately none of them caring about affiliate marketing it is on hold for me.


    Chile - not bad, promoting Sportingbet was great over the years but the merge with bwin (adopting bwin's sportsoobk platform) isn't OK.


    Uruguay - too small simply.


    Ecuador and Bolivia - forget about them, check again after 10-20 years and may be more than just few people there will have heard about online and / or sports betting.


    Paraguay - there is some interest and 2 local bookies exist (no affiliate programs of course) which seem enough for the country, nothing to look there too


    Venezuela - huge potential, sports betting (American style) has always been popular but the country is deep mess right now, the bolivar is worth nothing and if someone has dollars he must be the biggest idiot to spend them for gambling. I hope things will get better some day because there is a lot to find there.


    Central America (excl. Mexico) - way to go ahead, not much interesting right now
    Niko - great informative post. Which brands would you suggest for Peru traffic? If I don't have an affiliate account there, I'd love to sign up under you.

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    I'm strictly into sports betting marketing so it may be different for casino, poker etc. Anyway, Inkabet and Betsson are the best, also I was lucky enough to start with them 6-7 years ago while the Peruvean online market was still emerging so I got a serious and persistent players base with these. Now the conversion got harder . There are also a number of local brands (mostly BetConstruct clones) as Sportimba, Timberazo, Hinchabet, Apuestatotal, Chances mentioning only these with aff. programs but I'm not excited with them at all. Peruveans also happen to signup with the most popular global names anyway

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    Hola a todos!
    Me gustaría saber sus experencia con la casa de apuestas deportivas 1XBET. ¿Vale la pena promocionarla en el mercado latinoamericano? Gracias!

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    Yes, 1xbet sells big everywhere. Latinoamerica converts well too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nik0 View Post
    Yes, 1xbet sells big everywhere. Latinoamerica converts well too.
    Hi Nik0!
    Tell me, from which Latin American country is there more traffic in 1xbet? Thank you!

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    I have similar numbers of players from Chile, Peru, Mexico, Argentina and Colombia plus few from Venezuela.

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    Es una pura realidad, todavía hay muchos paises en latino america que temen bastante a la hora de hacer pagos online, además que la mayoría de las casas de apuestas algunas veces complican al usuario ya que no tienen disponibles sitemas de pagos que se puedan utilizar en dichos países, esa es una de las principales trabas.

    Creo que si tu sitio web atrae mucho tráfico de españa no está mal, ya que españa es uno de los países que más usuarios posee de idioma español y por supuesto también es el mercado de mayor competencia.

    Habría que ver que nos trae este 2019

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