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Play’n GO Granted Authorisation by PAGCOR for Philippines Market

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Play’n GO today announced that they have been added to the select list of suppliers authorised to provide software to the Philippines market.

As a leading supplier of gambling software, this authorisation establishes Play’n GO as the supplier of choice in regulated markets, and this authorisation gives the company an even farther reach.

The authorisation comes from the market’s regulating body PAGCOR (Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation). A notoriously rigorous organisation, their main focus is “to attain and enforce a regulatory framework that preserves the integrity and propels the development of the gaming industry” in the Philippines.

Johan Törnqvist, CEO of Play’n GO, explained the move was part of the company’s dedication to its commitment as a leading supplier:

“We have a strong presence in regulated markets, and that continues to grow as we expand in both size and standing in the industry. This authorisation opens up a wealth of new opportunities for us in the region and fits perfectly with the strategy that we plan to implement in the coming future.”

 

About Play’n GO:

Founded in 2005, Play’n GO are a leading supplier for slot gaming in the casino industry. One of the first suppliers to recognise and utilise the potential of mobile slot gaming, their innovation has revolutionised the industry and led Play’n GO to the forefront of the casino supplier market. Since its inception Play’n GO have curated a portfolio of award-winning games developed and tailored for compatibility with all devices and operating systems. In addition to this, they also provide back-end services and solutions to ensure operators are equipped to provide the ultimate gaming experience; this includes their casino platform and their server-based gaming solution, OMNY.

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Resorts World Manila to Reopen Casino’s Second Floor Next Month

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Kingson Sian, the CEO of Travellers International Hotel Group, has announced the reopening of Resorts World Manila next month. The venue is owned by a joint venture between Genting Group and Alliance Global Group’s, Travellers International Hotel Group, Inc.

In 2017, a disgruntled, failed gambler attacked the Resorts World Manila in order to rob it, but ultimately decided to set it on fire. The arson resulted in the deaths of 38 people and heavily damaged the casino’s second floor. The resort has not been operational since.

Kingson Sian said that it will be “an entire new floor of gaming space,” and, “As we expand the gaming space, we are attracting not only locals but also foreign players to come, and we can develop new junket relationships.”

Sian further told the investors that, once the venue is completely operational again, it will offer 465 gaming tables and 2300 slot machines. The total number of gaming positions will be greater than what was offered before the attack.

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Cambodia Grants 13 Casinos Licenses in Four Months

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The authorities in Cambodia have granted 13 casino licences in the first four months of this year. Ros Phearun, an official in the Ministry of Finance in Phnom Penh, said that the authorities had now granted a total of 163 casino licences and 91 of the licences were for casinos in the province of Preah Sihanouk.

“We have granted a lot of licences, but there are actually only 51 casinos in operation. The rest are now being built, while some have halted operations. The rise in the number of casinos reflects the increase in tourists, particularly Chinese,” Mr Phearun said.

He said the government is expecting US$70 million in tax revenue from the gaming industry this year. He also added that the relevant ministries had finished drafting legislation governing gaming, and that the respective bill would be sent to the Council of Ministers soon, with a view to its eventual enactment.

“With this law, we hope that to attract more big casino investors and increase revenue from the industry. I think that, as a result of this law, revenue collected from the industry will double,” Phearun said.

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APE Announces 2019 Summer Internship Program Offering 480 Hours On-the-job Training for Undergraduates

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Asia Pioneer Entertainment Holdings Limited is pleased to announce its paid summer internship program joint with University of Macau, has launched recently from June to August.

This is the second year in a row of APE to launch internship program. The Internship this year is a full-time student studying in International Integrated Resort Management, specializes in Gaming Management in University of Macau. The working hours will be 480 hours throughout the program. In this period, the student will be placed in different departments including Sales & Marketing Department, Administration & Human Resource Department , Technical Department, etc. Students who complete the program with outstanding results will have priority received a chance to become APE full-time employees.

The program is targeted at the students from local higher education institutions who are interested in gaming industry especially the electronic gaming equipment (EGEs) area. Feedback from the internship program students and schools last year was encouraging. To continue the success, 2019 summer internship program as part of its effort to nurture and support young people. It provides training on team work, social skills as well as job skills to young people to broaden their perspectives, helping them to navigate a better future.

“It is honored to support this meaningful program again. APE has been investing resources over the years to nurture young people including our junior staff because the sense of accomplishment and self-worth of the younger generation can bring about positive changes. We are proud to join hands with University of Macau and share our experience about EGEs and gaming industry. It is anticipated that the students will come back for being an employee after they graduated. ” said Mr. Herman Ng, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of APE.

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