The online gambling industry in Mexico is booming.

A recent report by the Mexican government showed that online gambling accounts for about 20% of the country’s gambling revenues, and that online gaming accounts for another 15% of Mexican online gaming revenue.

Online gambling accounts in Mexico are largely unregulated.

According to the government, most online casinos are licensed to operate in Mexico, but the country has had some of the toughest regulations in the world for the industry.

According the report, online gambling is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the country.

And in 2018, Mexican online gambling revenue reached $2.1 billion, an increase of over $300 million from the previous year.

For most Mexican online gamblers, the online casino experience is just a click away, though some have taken to gambling on sites that are much larger than they are, such as online casino sites that offer more slots, more tables and more cards.

One of the biggest players in online gambling there is Mexico’s Cinco de Mayo, which brings in more than $500 million a year.

It’s the biggest holiday in Mexico and is held on April 6.

It usually attracts about one million visitors.

A report by Istituto Ecomedión del Consejo Superior de la Financiera de Mexico, a professional association for the country, showed that in 2018 Mexican online casinos hosted more than 1.2 million players and generated nearly $2 billion in revenue.

In 2017, there were around 800 million players.

That number grew to over 1.5 million players in 2018.

The online casino industry is growing fast.

In 2018, the average online player in Mexico was between the ages of 15 and 30, according to the Istituacion del Conmejo Superior del Consequencio, which represents the largest and oldest online gaming operators in Mexico.

The country’s industry is also growing at a rapid pace, with a report released by the Federal Commission for Industry, Technology and Commerce (CONICET), a federal agency, that shows the country had a total revenue of nearly $4.7 billion in 2018 and $2,965 million in 2019.

The industry has also gained in popularity in other countries, such in the United States.

The report found that the average American player is between the age of 16 and 22, and in 2018 they accounted for 19% of all players in the U.S. and 10% in Mexico City.

The biggest growth in player numbers has been in Mexico since 2010.

In 2014, the country hosted just under 1 million players, and it was followed by 2014 with 1.8 million players; 2015 with 1 million; 2016 with 1,788,000; and 2017 with 1 billion.

The growth has slowed down as the industry has grown.

The 2018 report said that in 2020 the average player is now between the years of 18 and 27, and there are now fewer players between the two.

But there is still an enormous amount of growth happening.

According TOEFL and the US Department of Education, Mexico’s overall player growth is estimated at around 35% annually.

The figures also showed that the number of players in Mexico increased by over 4 million players from 2017 to 2018.