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LRWC debuts sports betting platform after Pagcor accreditation

Eusebio Tanco, Chairman of Leisure & Resorts World Corporation.
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Leisure & Resorts World Corporation’s subsidiary Total Gamezone Xtreme announced its own sports betting system GSPORTS after receiving its accreditation from regulatory body Pagcor through which players can wager on professional, collegiate, and other sports leagues via retail or online.

Leisure & Resorts World Corporation (LRWC) is now venturing into sports betting after wholly-owned subsidiary Total Gamezone Xtreme Inc.(TGXI) has received the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) accreditation.

In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange, LRWC said TGXI has announced its own sports betting system called GSPORTS, after being accredited as an official Sports Betting System Service Provider.

The company stated: “TGXI offers a new gaming experience to all sports enthusiasts and sports betting avid fans aged 21 and above. GSPORTS is a top-rated sportsbook where players can place wagers on a variety of betting markets across professional, collegiate, and other sports leagues via retail or online GSPORTS sportsbook.”

Online GSPORTS sportsbook, allows players to save time and money by using the gadget of their choice like a tablet, laptop, or even smartphones to quickly start placing wagers, it also offers competitive and better odds in different markets. It provides a secure and safe betting website by using the latest encryption technologies to protect the sensitive information of its customers.

Sports fans can place bets on any competition and live betting from across the world 24/7, ranging from well-known sports like football, tennis, basketball, volleyball, to popular leagues and even to the niche markets.

The company added: “Fairness and quality playing experience are guaranteed as all its betting products and services are audited and regulated by PAGCOR.”

TGXI currently acts as the operator and licensee of PAGCOR e-Casino stations and remote gaming platforms for electronic gaming. As of August 2021, TGXI has 30 branches within Luzon, with a total of 1,239 terminals, reports the Manila Bulletin.

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