Okada Manila casino to lay off 1,000 staff as COVID-19 lockdown that was imposed on March 15 shows no sign of letting up anytime soon.
Two casinos are putting out very different messages, as the government can’t decide on a message of its own.
Its just two weeks until the current lockdown ends, and everyone in the gambling industry is preparing for what happens next.
Bloomberry is making gestures to its investors, while Okada looks to reassure its employees.
The casino’s year-end performance surpassed expectations and leads Union Gaming to revise its forecast upward.
Okada’s revenue has seen healthy increases thanks to an all-time high in visitors and great VIP turnover.
This follows a string of boosts this year, with the gambling venue being able to record a 46.2% year-on-year GGR increase January through September.
Asia's leading junket operator Suncity Group's name surfaces in latest gambling-related kidnapping at Okada Manila casino in the Philippines.
Okada continues to see strong year over year growth and rake in huge GGR.
Okada Manila celebrates its gross gaming revenue seeing a huge gain for July a casino operated by Tiger Resort.