Two POGO hubs are nearing completion, setting PAGCOR up for an easier regulatory slate in the future.
The gaming regulator and operator in the Philippines takes a massive hit from COVID-19.
PAGCOR has previously said that they aren’t experts on taxes, so BIR Commissioner Caesar Dulay has stepped up to say what the government is owed.
Infected casino workers have forced the closure of the Casino Filipino Angeles City.
With the President and the Senate showing no support for the online gambling industry, taxes or rhetoric could drive it away.
Unlicensed gambling options are popping up on Facebook and the gaming regulator wants to make sure people stay away.
Although the Philippines could lose a lot by the departure of POGOs, senators are looking to win some quick publicity.
Two POGOs have been confirmed to be on their way out of the country, with over a dozen service providers following them.
Philippine gambling regulator PAGCOR's Q1 revenue stats show COVID-19 impact on market (as well as some accounting hiccups).
International Entertainment Corp. plans to request a license from PAGCOR to build a casino resort in the Philippines.