Presidential spokesman Harry Roque took issue on Thursday with suggestions that the reduction in the number of Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (P
The Philippines’ Bureau of Internal Revenue has reiterated that Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) need to pay a 5-percent franchise tax before they can resume their operations and denied that the levy was a new cost for business.
PAGCOR Chairman and CEO Andrea Domingo on Tuesday said that the current state of POGOs, if left unchecked, will be used against the current administra
Only a handful of Philippine Offshore Gaming Operations (POGOs) have been allowed to resume operations, with applications of others denied, or tempora
Not one POGO operator has been given the green light to operate as of now, with all of them instructed to pay their mandatory tax obligations before b
In an effort to stave off the perception that the POGO industry serves only the benefit of the Chinese, PAGCOR chief Andrea Domingo has insisted that
House Committee on Games and Amusement Vice-Chair Ronnie Ong has expressed support for a PAGCOR initiative to conduct “Good Manners and Right Conduc
Senator Richard Gordon told the local media on Sunday that Chinese intelligence agents are “are riding on POGOs” and were most likely responsible
Some Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) were accused of engaging in human trafficking at an emotional hearing in the Senate. Senator Risa
Quezon City Representative Precious Hipolito-Castelo is urging an investigation of prostitution rings catering exclusively to Philippine Gaming Offshore Operators (POGO) workers, just as a number of high-profile cases are hitting the media.
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