Desperate to meet international AML standards, the Philippines have given POGOs until March 16 to get registered.
Philippine online gambling operators and their service providers face tougher anti-money laundering requirements under new law.
The recent hack of several high profile Twitter accounts has resulted in some stolen funds being funneled through gambling sites.
UK Gambling Commission warns online casino operators to be ready when new anti-money laundering rules kick in January 10, 2020.
U.S. Department of State issued a report stating that if Vietnamese are allowed to gamble, there will be an increase in money laundering activities.
Prague Gaming Summit 3 will highlight some of the most important facts about compliance for both operators and software providers.
Five casinos have already registered with the Philippines Anti-Money Laundering Council to comply with international standards.
The U.S. State Department is back with its annual report into everything the rest of the world is doing wrong to combat money laundering.
Felons will have a more difficult time transferring dirty cash in PH casinos after the country’s AMLC issued fresh rules for the brick-and-mortar facilities
The Philippine Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) will issue a casino regulatory framework by the third week of October, according to the Manila Bulletin.