Peruvian Casino and Card Room Gaming
For decades, slot machines were only permitted in movie theaters. This changed in 1994, when casinos and slot halls became legal. They are required by law to be least 150 meters away from schools, medical centers, living quarters and religious establishments. In the provinces of Lima and Coallo, they can only operate in four- and five-star hotels, in five-star resorts, and in four- and five-star tourist restaurants. In all other provinces, casinos and slot halls can be located in three-, four- and five-star hotels, five-star resorts, and four- and five-star tourist restaurants. Properties with fewer than three tables are registered as slot halls rather than casinos.
Smoking was banned in Peru casinos and slot halls in early 2010.
According to the Superintendencia Nacional de Administración Tributaria (SUNAT), 85% percent of gaming revenue is concentrated in 10 companies that own the biggest casinos and slot parlors in the country.
Peruvian Casino and Card Room Gaming Properties
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