Offshore gaming operators warned

State-run Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. sternly warned errant offshore gaming operators to strictly comply with regulations and pay proper taxes to the government, saying concerned tax agencies are closely monitoring how they conduct business in the country.

“Let this serve as a final warning for everyone to strictly comply with all the rules, regulations and directives of all other government agencies which may have jurisdiction over the other aspects of your operations... ,” said Jose Tria Jr., Pagcor Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators vice president and concurrent special assistant to the Pagcor chairman.

He said the other aspects of the operations include applications for the necessary and appropriate visas or permits for all their employees, and payment of proper taxes and fees due to government agencies.

Topics: Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. , Pagcor , Offshore gaming operators
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