Betting Tips & Offers
Want to start betting on Mexican soccer? You come to the right place. See our selection below of top bonuses, betting tips and info to get started:
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The minimum deposit to claim the bonus is €20 or the equivalent in other currencies. Maximum bonus is €50 or the equivalent in other currencies. T&Cs apply.
Mexico SPorts Betting
Mexicans love betting on sport. It really boosts the excitement of watching a big Liga MX or El Tri game unfold, but you can also make a handsome profit if your predictions prove correct.
Is sports betting legal in Mexico?
Sports betting is perfectly legal in Mexico. So you can find retail sportsbooks and racetracks that accept sports wagers, while the online market is booming. Gambling in Mexico dates back to the time of the Aztecs. Betting thrived during the French colonial reign, but died down after the Mexican Revolution of 1911. Laws were tightened in 1947, but they were relaxed over time. In August 1989, the government allowed racetracks to accept bets on sports events. Former President Vicente Fox relaxed the country’s gaming laws further in 2004.
Betting on cockfighting is popular across Mexico. Boxing, baseball, horse racing, and basketball are also key sports, but soccer is the king. A passion for futbol runs deep in Mexico. As a result fans love betting on games and on who will win tournaments like Liga MX Apetura and Liga MX Clausura. Therefore you will find a number of great sports betting sites covering Mexican sports. You can bet in pesos or dollars, or even crypto.
Can you bet on Mexican soccer from the US?
Legal sports betting is spreading like wildfire across the US. The Supreme Court struck down PASPA in 2018, allowing all states to join Nevada in offering legal sports wagering. Delaware was the first to permit it, followed by New Jersey, Mississippi and West Virginia. As a result many states now allow sports betting and Mexican soccer is really popular in the US. There are plenty of Mexicans living there, and Americans of Mexican descent. With a great league like Liga MX the interest is picking up among many Americans.