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PAGCOR delivers aid to typhoon-devastated Cagayan

Much-needed aid reached thousands of families after the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) delivered essential goods to Cagayan, which were recently devastated by floods brought by Typhoon Ulysses.

PAGCOR provides aid to super typhoon Rolly victims

The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp (PAGCOR) said it has delivered immediate help to thousands of residents in the Bicol region who were affected by super typhoon Rolly, delivering food and non-food relief packs. 

Macau operators discuss typhoon contingency plans with DICJ

Macau’s six concessionaires met with the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau earlier this week to coordinate measures ahead of the peak typhoon season, starting...

IPI temporarily shuts casino amidst island tourism slump

Imperial Pacific International will be temporarily shutting down its casino operations “until further notice” in the wake of Super Typhoon Yutu, local media reports....

Typhoon Mangkut caused MOP1.55 billion in economic losses

Macau’s Statistics and Census Bureau (DSEC) has estimated at least MOP1.55 billion (US$191.6 million) in economic losses occurred as a result of Typhoon Mangkhut,...

Super typhoon unlikely to affect Macau before Oct 30

Super Typhoon “Yutu” is unlikely to affect Macao before October 30, according to an announcement from the Macao Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau. The announcement, made...

Typhoon Mangkhut dampened otherwise strong Sept GGR

Macau GGR in September rose only 2.8 percent year-on-year - affected by casino closures during Typhoon Mangkhut and related disruptions. According to data from...

Sands Cares ambassadors help clear Typhoon Mangkhut debris

Around 60 volunteers from the Sands Cares Ambassador programme helped clean up Hac Sa beach Tuesday morning, where they disposed of branches, rubbish, and...

Macau reopens casinos as Typhoon Mangkhut passes

With Typhoon Mangkhut moving away, the Macau government has issued the all-clear to re-open all casinos from 4am Monday, hoisting a No.3 Typhoon signal....

Macau shuts down casinos ahead of typhoon

China's gambling enclave shut down all gaming operations across its 42 casinos on Saturday night in order to brace for the impact of Typhoon...
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