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A selection of news and views from inside the industry this week.

Kenilworth Presents Plans to PAGCOR

Kenilworth Systems Corporation has been asked by the Philippines Amusement and Gaming Corporation to present plans to present live in-progress casino table games.

Philippine Police Officials Fired for Allowing Gambling

International News Brief: Philippine National Police Chief Director General Arturo Lomibao relieved yesteday the Nueva Vizcaya provincial police chief and the chief of the Solano town police for their failure to stop jueteng in their jurisdiction.

Fil-Estate in Philippine Casino Talks

International News Brief: Fil-Estate Corp confirmed that it has been in initial talks with foreign investors to put up a casino business in the Philippines.

ILTS Signs Philippine Contract

International Lottery & Totalizator Systems, Inc reports that the Company has signed a contract with Philippine Gaming Management Corporation for a complete online lottery system.

Philippines Police Calls for End to Illegal Gambling

International News Brief: Aklan Police Superintendent William Macavinta called on the people to stop betting so illegal gambling would not flourish in the province.

Ex-Jueteng Workers Asked to Not Collect Bets

International News Brief: The Philippine National Police in Pampanga is discouraging former jueteng bet collectors from acting as agents of Lotto and Easy-Two bettors.

Casino Resort Planned for Philippines

International News Brief: A Korean investor is building a Twin Tower hotel, called Subic Paradise Condominium Hotel and Casino, together with a Retirees’ Village inside the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority.

Lottery to Replace Jueteng in Phillipines

International News Brief: Small town lottery, a legalized version of the illegal numbers games jueteng, masiao and loteng, is set to operate in various parts of the Philippines.

Philippine Police Ordered to Stop Illegal Gambling

International News Brief: Philippine National Police Chief Arturo Lumibao gave the Police Regional Office 15 days to stop illegal gambling.

Survey: Filipinos Believe Arroyo Linked to Jueteng

International News Brief: Eight in 10 Filipinos believe that some members of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo's family are involved in and benefit from jueteng operations, a July 2 to 14 survey of Pulse Asia showed.

Philippine Police Claim Victory Over Illegal Gambling

International News Brief: The Philippine National Police (PNP) here has claimed that it has succeeded in the campaign against any form of illegal gambling in the city’s 40 barangays.

Philippine Illegal Task Force Head Named

International News Brief: Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Thursday named a new head of task force against illegal gambling.

Philippine President Won't Resign over Gambling Scandal

International News Brief: Philippine President Gloria Arroyo said she won't resign, even if members of her family are found guilty of taking illegal gambling payoffs.

Philippine City Looks at Online Gaming Application

International News Brief: The City Council approved Tuesday a resolution ‘taking note and cognizance’ of the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation's application for Internet gaming station operations in Cagayan de Oro City.

Filipino Church Dismayed by Slot Decision

International News Brief: The Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro voiced its dismay with President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo over the impending operation of slot machines in the city.

Filipino Cops Use Text Messaging to Curb Illegal Gambling

International News Brief: Police and local officials in South Cotabato have turned to text messaging in their bid to stop the reported rampant illegal gambling activities in the province.

Arroyo's Relatives Called to Testify

International News Brief: Philippine President Gloria Arroyo's husband, son and brother-in-law have been called to testify before a joint committee hearing after a witness linked them and others to illegal gambling operations in the country.

New Filipino Police Chief Points Fingers

International News Brief: Newly appointed Cebu police director Drusillo Bolodo has started turning the heat on local government and fellow police officials, accusing them of protecting illegal gambling in their respective areas.

Philippines' Government Goes After Game Machines

International News Brief: After jueteng, the Filipino’s government is now cracking down on video karera and fruit game machines.

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