The Philippine government has not passed any regulations against gambling. However, it regulates the gambling industry through licensing. Local and international casino owners must adhere to the necessary requirements to receive operational permits. Gamblers have access to national and international games. Additionally, different casinos accept different payment plans. Philippine pesos currency is accepted in local casinos and some international play hubs in the country.
Philippine pesos, also known locally as the piso, is the currency used in the Philippines. It is the primary currency of the country's 103 million people. One peso consists of 100 centavos, and the currency is issued by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas - the central bank of the Philippines located in Quezon.