Philippine gambling market Q3 revenue tumbles 73% year-on-year as casinos remain under capacity constraints and online operators flee.
The province of Iloilo is looking into a webcam found at a cockpit while the senate moves ahead with its tax bill.
The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) would like to make a clarification on news articles about the grant of permission for Manila’s integrated resorts to accept bets online.
Philippine regulator approves Manila casinos offering 'betting through the internet' to offset pandemic declines in land-based gambling operations.
PAGCOR tried to block the issuance of a gaming license to the operator, but has been denied by the Philippine Supreme Court.
The gaming regulator of the Philippines has flipped back to positive revenue, but is still below last year’s levels.
PAGCOR and the Philippines casino industry have realized they need to go online if they’ll hope to survive 2020.
A memo sent to POGOs clearly states that they must pay 5% of their turnover or be shut down.
With illegal cockfighting streaming on Facebook anyway, PAGCOR is considering it as a legal domestic online gambling option.
With POGOs continuing their exodus and casinos still not operating at full capacity, domestic gambling might be on the table for online operators.