PAGCor orders two locally-licensed iGaming enterprises to close

The gaming regulator for the Philippines has reportedly ordered a pair of locally-licensed iGaming firms to close after detaining 140 members of their staffs who were suspected of having been kidnapped and forc...

PAGCor to lead collective crackdown against online gambling-related crime

The new head for the gaming regulator of the Philippines has reportedly announced that his organization is to lead a collaborative campaign that will endeavor to crack down on crimes associated with the operati...

Philippines puts POGO pair on notice over anti-money laundering compliance

In the Philippines and a pair of firms holding a Philippine Offshore Gaming Operator (POGO) license are reportedly in serious trouble after failing to adequately cooperate with official anti-money laundering co...

Philippines regulator expecting to post improved annual tax revenues

The boss for the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCor) regulator has reportedly predicted that her organization expects to bring in aggregated tax revenues for this year of up to $756 million. ...

Anti-money laundering watchdog adds the Philippines to its ‘grey list’

The international body that examines and grades countries’ efforts at helping to prevent money laundering has reportedly placed the Philippines on its ‘grey list’ and recommended that the jurisdiction up its ef...

Two more Manila integrated casino resorts granted PIGO iGaming licenses

In the Philippines and the giant Resorts World Manila and Solaire Resort and Casino properties have reportedly followed their neighboring Okada Manila venue in being officially licensed to offer online gaming t...