Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp (PAGCOR)

“By 2020 We Will Have Addressed 95% If Not 97% Of POGO Including The Dark Side – Prostitution, Kidnapping, Financing:” PAGCOR Chief Andrea Domingo

The offshore online gambling operators in the Philippines have been making headlines since China called for a ban on all forms of online gambling earlier in the year. Though president...

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Philippines’ National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Favors Privatization Of PAGCOR’s Casinos

The Philippines’ National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) says that PAGCOR operated casinos would be better off in private hands. While studying a proposal to privatize the casinos operated by...

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Philippines’ Top Office Leasing Company Megaworld Says China’s Call To Ban Online Gambling Not To Impact Its Business

China’s call to ban all online gambling activities which cater to the Chinese population has drastically impacted the share prices of the Philippines’ top office leasing company Megaworld which have...

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PAGCOR Turns Down China’s Demands To Shut All Offshore Online Casinos

The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) has turned down Beijing’s demands to shut all offshore online gambling in the country. PAGCOR official Victor Padilla has said they don’t have...

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China Applauds The Philippines’ Move To Suspend Fresh Offshore Gambling Licenses

China has welcomed the move from the Philippines to suspend any further issuance of offshore gambling licenses (POGOs). Earlier this week on Monday, the Philippines’s gambling regulator, Philippine Amusement Gaming...

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Philippine Offshore Gambling: PAGCOR Says It Will Not Accept Any New POGO Applications

The Philippines’s gambling regulator, Philippine Amusement Gaming Corp (PAGCOR) said in an announcement on Monday that they are temporarily suspending acceptance of any new applications for Philippine Offshore Gambling firms...

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China Hints Crackdown On Illegal Cross-Border Gambling

China has said that they will crackdown on illegal cross-border gambling and alleged that the Chinese nationals working in the Philippine offshore gaming industry are recruited illegally. On Thursday, earlier...

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