The Agua Caliente Racetrack began operations operated in Tijuana, Baja California in 1916. Today Caliente owes its lineage and its current name to that legacy. With an initial focus in Race & Sport Books operations, Caliente began developing its presence in several states of the Mexican Republic, ultimately expanding into countries in Central America, South America and Europe.
The company has pioneered several unique innovations to the business of wagering, earning a worldwide reputation for its contributions to the betting entertainment business.
Caliente is Mexico’s leading entertainment organization. The company has more experience than any of its competitors in the gaming industry in Mexico and its consolidating its presence worldwide.
A Caliente Race & Sports Book is a comprehensive entertainment center where bettors can watch and wager on various types of horse races, greyhound races and major sports events – all of which are broadcast live in the books.
As all of the signals from racetracks, greyhound tracks, Jai Alai frontons and sporting events are broadcasted live, the customer can be completely assured as to the integrity of his or her wagers as it pertains to the outcome of these events.
The Caliente Betting System used at Caliente’s locations or its associated Race & Sport Books, employs the most advanced technology currently available in the marketplace. This guarantees the integrity of all our transactions offers secure services for our the customers.
All betting tickets expending machines are linked online and in real time to Caliente’s computer central system. Results are uploaded in the system which controls all bets. The result is that the customer may collect its winnings within seconds of an event being declared official One of the biggest advantages offered to our customers by this type of operation, is that all bets placed at racetracks and greyhound tracks are based on the information directly generated by the racetrack or greyhound track of origin and is being broadcasted simultaneously to the multiple television monitors installed at the books. In like manner, the payment to customers of the winning bets are based on the payments generated at racetrack or greyhound track from which the customer placed the bet.