First PH sportsbook OKBet, newest face of local gaming industry – manilastandard.net

OKBet, a fast-growing sports booking platform is making waves in the local gaming industry. After securing a monumental partnership with the country’s top regional basketball league, the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League, it appears that Asia’s first and only Philippine-based sportsbook is in full steam ahead on realising its goals.
Compliant
OKBet secured accreditation from the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR), effectively making it a trusted partner of the government in generating additional public revenue for various social development programs enjoyed by millions of Filipinos. It is fully compliant with all state laws and regulations, and supports the government in promoting regulated gaming in the country as a safe and secure source of entertainment.
Safety guaranteed
The innovative platform, which is now free to download in both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store, strictly follows the modern Know Your Customer (KYC) standards and other effective data privacy systems to ensure that all user data and assets are fully protected.
Beyond world-class quality services
OKBet made it its mission to support and give proper recognition to the country’s aspiring athletes, local competitive scenes, and the entire Filipino sports community. Its sponsorship on the fourth regular season of the MPBL is only the beginning of this endeavour.
The sportsbook also launched its string of corporate social responsibility initiatives back in July, starting with a partnership with the local government unit of Muntinlupa City to distribute food and safety packs to around 300 families. This was shortly followed by the donation of hygiene kits to the city government of Bacolod.
Its expansion from Subic to Pasay City and continuous business growth also aim to help stimulate the economy and create more jobs for thousands of Filipinos as the country still tries to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and the global economic crisis.
Despite being a new player in the industry of sports entertainment, OKBet has reached valuable milestones and is set to achieve more in the years to come. It is looking more and more unstoppable on its path to “OWN THE WIN’.

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