The initial opening of the property, including the hotel, food and beverage outlets, casino and other major attractions, will take place in December," Tiger Resort, Leisure and Entertainment Inc said in a statement without specifying a date.
Andrea Domingo, chairman of Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp (Pagcor) - the nation's casino regulator - told Reuters in a text message on Friday that the opening of Okada Manila was set for Dec. 21
Last year, Pagcor fined Tiger $2.2 million and threatened to suspend its permit, citing delays in its casino-resort project.
Tiger had planned to open in November the first phase of the integrated casino-resort, the largest and most expensive project in Manila's gaming hub.
The delay comes as Philippines' President Rodrigo Duterte has escalated a crackdown on online gambling soon after being sworn in on June 30.
Universal told the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Monday it was "carefully considering the optimal timing for opening the facility" in view of recent actions by the Philippines government and as it assesses the near-term economic outlook.