A few days ago, Interior Secretary Eduardo Año has ordered the Philippine National Police and local government units (LGUs) to stop all online cockfighting games, popularly known as “e-sabong,” nationwide starting Tuesday night. In a statement issued last May 03, 2022, Año stated that “The [Department of the Interior and Local Government] welcomes the President’s decision to stop e-sabong. Government policies must take heed of the pulse of the people. This decision is rooted in a survey reflecting the sentiment of the people. This is not a haphazard decision.”. The DILG chief, however, clarified that the traditional physical cockfighting games would continue to operate with compliance to minimum public health standards as regulated by LGUs. President Rodrigo Duterte ordered a stop to e-sabong, which has been contributing about P640 million a month to government coffers through fees collected by the state-run regulator Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor), following the disappearance of more than 30 cockfighters and mounting complaints about its unpleasant repercussions on families and society. In his weekly public address aired on state television on Monday night, the President said his order to Stop E-Sabong was based on the findings of a survey that he ordered Año to conduct regarding the social impact of e-sabong on Filipinos. If you are interested in reading everything about Stop E-Sabong, I suggest you check out www.sabongonlinegame.com, a website that purely offers all the latest news and updates on Stop E-Sabong, www.sabongonlinegame.com, is one of the few if not the only website that purely offers the latest news and updates about the whole Sabong Industry.
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