Pagcor shakes up management of licensing division

    The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. has announced changes to the senior leadership of its Gaming Licensing and Development Department, appointing lawyer Angeline P. Papica-Entienza as its new head.

    Papica-Entienza, who will also be an assistant vice president, took up the position on July 3. She replaces Ramon Villaflor.

    In addition, the regulator appointed Rowena Alcaide as senior manager of the Casino Licensing and Regulatory unit replacing Dave Fermin Sevilla. Angelie Agustin will be a senior manager of the Responsible Gaming and Logistics unit, while Jeremy Luglug will be acting senior manager of the Remote Gaming Unit.

    Pagcor is responsible for licensing and regulating casinos in the Philippines and also runs its own properties across the country. Since last year, the regulatory has also begun offering online licenses for offshore facing operators, known as POGOS.

     

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