Rueda de Casino was invented in Havana, Cuba in the late 1950s and mid 1960s by the gathering Guaracheros de Regla and one of its principle choreographers and makers was Jorge Alfaro from San Miguel del Padrón, a soloist of a comparsa.
As an after effect of the Castro administration, numerous Cubans emigrated to the US, numerous to the Miami range. They brought their way of life with them, including different dishes, music and moving. Rueda de Casino started to gradually advance into the Miami salsa group and in the late 1980s and mid 1990s it encountered a tremendous blast of fame.
From Miami, Rueda de Casino spread first to major U.S. metropolitan focuses with extensive Hispanic populaces and in the end to different urban communities, turning into a prevalent move around the world.
In 2014, the principal International Rueda de Casino Multi Flash Mob occurred in which individuals from 67 nations, including 199 urban communities, moved Rueda de Casino at the same time.