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Grand Korea Leisure records zero sales for April

Grand Korea Leisure has recorded zero sales for the month of April and a year-on-year decline of 73.7 percent in sales for the month...

PAGCOR to address POGO issues ahead of 2022 elections

PAGCOR Chairman and CEO Andrea Domingo on Tuesday said that the current state of POGOs, if left unchecked, will be used against the current...

Outbreak to cause a decline in POGO foreign workers

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) is expecting a fall in the number of new foreign workers in the Philippines Offshore Gaming Operations...
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Second whistleblower accuses Crown of customs offences

Tasmanian MP Andrew Wilkie plans to call for a royal commission inquiry into Crown Resorts after a second whistleblower claimed the company is helping VIPs to bypass customs.

Labor body calls for new POGO oversight

The Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) has called on the government to create a new body to coordinate the regulation of offshore online gambling in the country.

Senators call for inquiry into Crown allegations

Several Australian senators have called for an independent inquiry into allegations that Crown Resorts was promoting illegal gambling promotion operations in China, that it was facilitating visas for VIPs and had close links to organised crime.

Imperial Pacific casino gets green light — with conditions

Imperial Pacific has been given the go-ahead to open its casino on Saipan provided it meets certain conditions, primarily related to health and safety. The...

No Tinian Dynasty shutdown seen despite immigration woes

The Tinian Casino Gaming Control Commission is not anticipating that the 15-year-old Tinian Dynasty Hotel & Casino will be shut down, even though U.S....

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