Playing Cards Mexico


Mexico (Spanish: México), officially the United Mexican States (Spanish: Estados Unidos Mexicanos), is a country in North America bordering the United States of America, Belize and Guatemala, the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. Mexico has approximately 130 million inhabitants and is the most populous Spanish-speaking nation. The capital and largest city from Mexico is Mexico City, other major Mexican cities are Ciudad Juárez, Ciudad, Nezahualcóyotl, Ecatepec, Guadalajara, León, Monterrey, Puebla, and Tijuana.

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Naipes Mexicanos - Naipes Mexico

In Mexico playing cards are called naipes, barajas de cartas or juego de cartas. Playing cards and card games are still very popular in Mexico today, they both have been popular in Mexico since the early 1500's when Spanish colonists brought decks of playing cards from Spain in Europe. Mexican playing cards are very similar to Spanish playing cards and make use of Spanish suit symbols: cups (Spanish: copas), swords (Spanish: espadas), coins (Spanish: oros), and clubs (Spanish: bastos). Mexican card games are very popular as a pastime among Mexicans of all ages. In Mexico it is common to see playing cards on tables in bars, coffee shops and at home. Family favorites across Mexico and Spanish communities are traditional Mexican card games like Conquian, Rummy, Mexican Poker, and Texas Hold’em Poker. Nowadays there are numerous Mexican playing card manufacturers that make very good quality playing cards in their factories.

Cartamundi Mexico
Since 2020, the largest playing cards manufacturer in the world Cartamundi also has a new playing card factory in North America in Mexico called Manufacturing Cartamundi Monterrey, S. De R.L De C.V. Mexico. This Mexican playing card operations is very important to Cartamundi’s global strategy for the Collectibles and Trading Card Games market. In 2024, Cartamundi Mexico has more than 300 employees.

Find real Mexican playing cards to play Mexican card games with or expand your playing card collection. If you want to buy playing cards from Mexico check and see our wide range of Spanish playing cards especially for lovers of Mexican playing cards.