Desperate to meet international AML standards, the Philippines have given POGOs until March 16 to get registered.
With the Philippines House passing a tax bill this week, the Senate is now gearing up for its own.
A new bill would reinstate a 5% tax on gross gaming receipts, and establish a 25% tax on employee income.
Less Filipinos are buying lottery tickets, and the PCSO thinks that cockfighting is the problem.
The operator-regulator saw a very tough year, and the explanation for why is pretty obvious.
The Bureau of Internal Revenue reported a great year for POGO taxation, but the gravy train is likely coming to an end.
Okada Manila is once again calling out fake news purveyors and scammers who are offering online gambling and rumors about the resort.
Philippine online gambling operators and their service providers face tougher anti-money laundering requirements under new law.
The incorporation of a new entity into Suntrust Home Developers is meant to assist with the Westside City Project casino in Manila.
Philippines POGOs saw their demand for office space cut in half last year, and realtors warn it could get a lot worse.