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Landing International Development was investigated by DOJ
The Philippine Senate demanded an investigation for alleged corruption.
The Okada Manila presents healthy competition
Despite local industry’s fears, the Okada Manila hasn’t cannibalised other local IR’s gaming revenues so far.
Manila shooter was a problem gambler
According to the Philippine police, the gunman that caused the death of 37 people in Manila last Friday was a local problem gambler, not a terrorist.
Belle Corp confirms Manila expansion plans
The casino investor has plans to expand its City of Dreams Manila project, as vice chairman Willy Ocier had already commented.
Philippines won’t issue new casino licenses
In order to protect current operators in the area, PAGCOR won’t release new casino licenses in Manila for the next five years.
Manila casinos revenue increase
Pagcor released the gaming revenue numbers for the third quarter.
Okada Manila opening delayed
The new casino will be delayed by a month due to government policies and unfavorable economic situation.
Pagcor will revoke reduced gambling license fees
Fees reduction benefited gaming firms Travellers International Hotel Group, Inc., Bloomberry Resorts and Hotels, Inc., MCE Leisure (Philippines) Corp. and Tiger Resorts Leisure and Entertainment, Inc.
Easier visas for Chinese tourist needed in Manila
Melco Crown (Philippines) Resorts Corp called on the country’s new government to ease visa requirements for Chinese tourists.
Philippine casinos resist smoke ban
Main casino operators of the country are meeting with the president Rodrigo Duterte to discuss the ban.
Updates in money laundering probe involving Philippine casinos
Authorities, regulators and the senate in Philippines are taking a number of measures aimed to find the perpetrators and to prevent this from happening again.