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Aristocrat launches biggest linked jackpot in the Philippines

Aristocrat has installed its Mighty Cash slot product in the City of Dreams Manila, creating the country’s largest link jackpot with a start-up value of P100 million ($1.9 million).

Kevin Benning

Chief Operating Officer, City of Dreams Manila

Alliance Global to focus on future-proofing its businesses

Alliance Global, the parent company of Travellers International Hotel Group said it is embarking on a five-year digital transformation program to future-proof its businesses,...

Travellers optimistic of continuing double-digit growth

Travellers International Hotel Group president Kingson Sian is confident that the group will continue tracking double-digit growth after a strong first quarter, local media...

QC Gambling Ordinance to be implemented in her term: Belmonte

Quezon City Acting Mayor Joy Belmonte says that the ordinance that requires residents to pay entry fees to casinos may be implemented in her...

DFNN says hopeful PCSO spat is close to resolution

DFNN said it is hopeful a long-standing legal dispute with the Philippine Charity Sweepstake Office (PCSO) is close to being settled and it will be able to collect the PHP310 million ($5.9 million) in damages that it was awarded by a court.

Okada Manila VIP revenue falls 37.7 pct in May

Philippines integrated resort Okada Manila, saw gross gaming revenue fall 6.7 percent year-on-year in May, due mainly to a fall in VIP table game...

Quezon City pushes gambling ordinance for final approval

The Quezon City (QC) Council has approved an ordinance that will require residents to pay an entry fee in order to access casinos, as...

Philippines to tighten foreign worker rules

The Philippines plans to impose further restrictions on foreign migrants as Chinese workers flood into the country, mainly to take up jobs in the online gambling industry.

Philippines warns against casino loan sharks

Authorities in the Philippines have warned the public to be aware of loan sharks preying on people in casinos, the Philippine News Agency reports.

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