Philippines company wants to more widely capitalize on its successful e-Games Café product
The Philippines internet group Philweb says it has plans to expand the success of its Pagcor e-Games Café online gambling product into Vietnam, Laos, Saipan, Palau, Papua New Guinea, East Timor and Nepal.
President Dennis Valdes expects the product’s performance to boost the group revenues to new heights this year, according to reports on ABS-CBN, encouraging further geographic expansion.
“We are confident that 2010 will eclipse all records we have set last year for all our businesses,” Valdes boasted this week, revealing that his company is in the process of applying for a license to operate in a number of Asian countries, with the immediate target Cambodia.
The Pagcor e-Games Café model apparently works well in countries with a low rate of computer ownership and credit card penetration, as the cafes only accept cash. The Pagcor e-Games Café is an internet café owned and operated by the Philippine Amusement an
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