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ASEAN Gaming Summit 2022

We’re very excited to finally be able to start preparing for the return of the ASEAN Gaming Summit, which will run on March 21-23, 2022...
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ASEAN Gaming Summit confirmed for March 2022

Asia Gaming Brief, the organizer of regional gaming conference the ASEAN Gaming Summit, has confirmed the much-awaited return of its yearly conference on 21-23 March, 2022, at the Shangri-La at the Fort Hotel in Manila.

Pagcor privatisation “out of the question,” Lim says

The privatisation of Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. casinos is “out of the question,” as they are providing revenue to fund government programs, Alfredo...

Too early for blockchain adoption: Earle Hall

Blockchain technology is here to stay, but the technology is still immature and probably shouldn’t be adopted by most operators in the industry as...
Resorts World in Manila

Suppliers asked for Filipino-themed products

Suppliers have made significant strides in developing slot products for the Asian market in recent years, though so far there has been no real...

ASEAN Gaming Summit opens in Manila

The third ASEAN Gaming Summit opens in Manila on Tuesday, kicked off by a keynote address from U.S. digital entrepreneur Jay Walker, chairman of...

PMU sees growth in Asia market

Pari Mutuel Urbain (PMU) is seeking growth opportunities in Asia after a push into international markets helped to drive 2 percent growth in revenue...

Foreign interest seen strong if casinos legalized

Thailand would be a major draw for foreign investors were it to legalize its casino industry and would likely provide significant competition for other regional jurisdictions, according to panelists at the recent ASEAN Gaming Summit. The Southeast Asian country already has well-established tourist infrastructure pulling in more than 32 million visitors a year, though the real draw would be if locals were allowed to gamble. 

Image problem seen hindering growth

The Philippines needs to improve its international image to boost tourism numbers and inbound investment, allowing it to achieve its full potential, local operators say. The noise over politics and instability is overshadowing the country's achievements and natural attractions.
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Pagcor predicts strong 2017 growth; in no hurry to sell casinos

Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp Chair Andrea Domingo is predicting strong gross gambling revenue growth for the market again in 2017 and says the...