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POGO ban could result in 22K job losses in Metro Manila: Government

The Philippine Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has warned that approximately 22,000 Filipinos employed by legal Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) in Metro Manila may face unemployment if the online gaming companies are banned in the country.

PAGCOR Chairman: further expansion possibilities beyond Metro Manila

Alejandro H. Tengco, the Chairman of the Philippine gaming regulator (PAGCOR) says that the current number of IRs in Manila is enough, but there could be further expansion in other regions, such as Clark and Mactan, to fulfil demand.

Philippine senator wants probe into Chinese influx in part of Metro Manila

Philippine Senator Rafael “Raffy” Tulfo is calling for a Senate investigation into the influx of Chinese nationals in Multinational Village, Paranaque City, Metro Manila.

Daily Asia Gaming eBrief: Philippines with strong growth potential outside of Metro Manila

Growth and expansion is the name of the game in the Philippines. The CEO of Casino Plus say that significant potential still exists, particularly for companies looking outside of Metro Manila, and the mass market continues to be essential for such growth.

Under the Scope: Metro Manila, Clark and online are in focus as PAGCOR predicts record GGR for FY23

The four main integrated resorts in Entertainment City, in Manila, by September had “already exceeded the same period in 2019 by about 11 percent” and, in line with statements by the Chairman of the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR), that the nation’s GGR levels are likely to top the pre-pandemic record by the end of the year.

Metro Manila on level 3 Alert until February, casinos at curbed capacity

National Capital Region Metro Manila will remain under Alert Level 3 until the end of January amid the rise in Covid-19 cases, the Philippines Task Force announced.

Metro Manila casinos to close for two weeks on heightened alert

Metro Manila is raising its Covid-19 alert status to level 3 from January 3 to January 15, - casinos will b required to close during the period.

Metro Manila to retain alert level 2, amends border reopening plans

The Philippines government has implemented new measures aimed at protecting itself from the new Omicron Covid-19 strain, including retaining its Covid-19 alert level 2 in Metro Manila.

Metro Manila region to reach 92% full vaccination by December

Philippine health officials said they are expecting the Manila region to reach 92 percent full vaccination by December.

Metro Manila moves to GCQ, introduces localized lockdowns

Metro Manila will be downgrading from Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) to General Community Quarantine (GCQ) from Wednesday this week.