Saturday, July 02, 2022

PAGCOR revenue increased 11.6% in 2019


The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp saw strong performance from online gaming firms, and that of local, land-based casino operations, which led to an 11.6 percent increase in its annual revenue in 2019, reaching P75.8 billion. 

The amount exceeded PAGCOR’s 2019 target by P1.3 billion. 

PAGCOR said this was mainly a result of gaming revenues from slot machine operations, electronic bingo, table games operations, regulatory fees from its POGO sector, and fees from licensed casinos.

The strong results from the POGO sector came despite a halt to all licenses for new online gaming firms imposed in 2019. There are currently 58 POGO firms in the country. 

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