The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. said it was suspending all gaming operations in Manila following President Rodrigo Duterte’s decision to put Metro Manila under community quarantine.
Okada Manila saw gross gambling revenue rise 29.5 percent in September, with strong gains from both the VIP and mass market segment.
Tiger Resorts & Leisure, the company that operates Okada Manila, said the integrated resort generated a 26 percent gain in gross gaming revenue in April.
Tiger Resorts & Leisure has been ordered to re-submit its tender offer to minority shareholders in Asiabest Group to disclose factual information about civil and criminal proceedings involving its directors in Hong Kong.
Universal Entertainment released financial figures showing that casino revenues at Okada Manila reached a record-high PHP2.9 billion ($55.1 million) in November, combined with a record-high EBITDA of almost PHP528 million pesos ($10 million) during the...
Philippine gross gambling revenue gained 23 percent in Q3, with figures for year to September already surpassing 2017’s total, according to figures released by the Philippine Gambling and Amusement Corp (PAGCOR).
The Philippine Court of Appeals has upheld a lower court ruling ordering the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. to issue a license for Waterfront Philippines to operate an IR in Manila’s Entertainment City.
Okada Manila, owned by Japan’s Universal Entertainment, is the new comer to Entertainment City, holding a soft opening for the resort in late 2016. At 44 hectares, the property is by far the biggest in the complex and the rollout of hotels and other...
Resorts World Manila (RWM) was the first integrated resort (IR) to open in the Philippines and is the only one not located in Entertainment City, but opposite the country’s primary international airport. The property is currently in the third phase...
Solaire Resort & Casino, owned by Bloomberry Resorts, was the first IR to open its doors in Entertainment City. The $1.2 billion property, on an 8.2 hectare site, made its debut in March 2013 and expanded with the opening of the Sky Tower in late 2014....
Increasing visitation, mass penetration, and a strong local economy will serve as drivers of growth for Manila’s casinos over the next few years, ac
Filipinos’ well known love for entertainment means the country’s casinos may see significant upside from their non-gaming attractions if they get the mix right, giving Macau a run for its money when it comes to creating a diversified entertainment...
The Philippines is expected to be one of the strongest growing gaming markets in Asia again in 2017, driven by another major opening in Manila’s Entertainment City, however growth is expected to slow over the longer term in the face of greater regional...
Anyone visiting Manila in recent weeks may have noticed a distinct plum-colored tone to the local billboards and ads. The campaign has been part of an initiative to raise awareness for Universal Entertainment’s $2.4 billion Okada Manila resort, which...
Total gross gaming revenue in the Philippines jumped 11.2 percent in Q3, led by higher revenue from casinos in Entertainment City. According to figure
Universal Entertainment said it has placed $400 million in notes, securing a “significant majority” of the construction costs for its $2.4 billion
Universal Entertainment says it’s carefully considering the optimal opening time for its new integrated resort in the Philippines, which had been se
Alliance Global, which is working with Malaysia’s Genting Group to build a second property in Manila, says it expects to finalize the blueprint for
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