PAGCOR announced it won’t renew its intellectual property license agreement (IPLA) with the listed gaming technology provider.
Pagcor is on the lookout for overseas online gaming business after the regulator’s crackdown in the Philippines threatens to shrink revenue.
Goa Chief Minister said that the ruling BJP was ideologically opposed to casinos, but the government was bound by law to allow these entities.
Imperial Pacific International Holdings announced it hopes to launch Imperial Pacific Resort on Saipan by 2017 Chinese New Year.
The Asian country aims to legalise sports betting under a 2010 proposal that states that players can bet as much as €38 on football matches.
State-run Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) is targeting to open its casino in the Army Navy Club complex in Manila by the year-end.
Laxmikant Parsekar, Goa Chief Minister defended his government’s stand to support offshore and other casinos, saying the state’s economy is dependent on them.
The new legislation was filled at the Philippines House of Representatives and it aims to include casino operators in the coverage of the Anti-Money Laundering Act.