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Manila property sector expects continuing POGO exodus

Manila’s property sector is bracing for the continuing exodus of Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) and their service providers as almost 300,000 square meters, or 17 percent, of total office space will be vacant by year-end.
Regions seen as outperformers

Regions seen as outperformers

Regional casinos in the Philippines are likely to resume their outperformance once the global pandemic eases as infrastructure improves and major projects come online.

PAGCOR mulls regulated online cock fights

PAGCOR said it can issue appropriate regulations to license and legitimize cockfights streamed online as part of efforts to obtain much-needed funds for the government.
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PH Resorts moves schedule of offering by two days

PH Resorts Holdings said Tuesday that it moved the timetable for its planned PHP1.1 billion share sale by two days to avoid competing with two big-ticket equity offerings.
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POGOs given “ample opportunity” to settle dues, PAGCOR says

Philippine Offshore Gaming License Operators (POGOs) have been given ample opportunity to settle their obligations to the government, though some have chosen to close down because of the impact of Covid-19 on their business, the regulator said.
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Play’n Go: Keeping its promises

As we move towards the end of the year, we are also moving closer to Play’n GO fulfilling its promise of 52 top-quality games in 2020.

PAGCOR financial aid to Philippine Sports Commission

The Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) has received a financial boost as it received an additional remittance from the Philippine Amusements and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) that it hopes to use to fund the anticipated return to training by its Tokyo-bound athletes and other Olympic hopefuls.

Widus Group casino operating at reduced capacity

The Widus Group says its casino and hotel at Clark Freeport Zone in the Philippines have “gradually resumed activities” in line with the guidelines from the local government regarding prevention of Covid-19.

Philippines’ gaming tax regime provides advantage

The Philippines’ gaming tax regime puts it at an advantage over some Asian peers and makes the business commercially viable, according to gaming industry consulting firm The Innovation Group.

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