Online cockfighting has made its way back, with around 200 websites currently operating. However, expert cockfighters in the Philippines have dismissed the new operations, citing that the operators established the sites under illegal circumstances and that the fights are rigged.
Despite cockfighting being a tradition, Councilor Duron wants to regulate the practice in Iloilo City, citing the need to limit cockfighting hours as well as wanting to clarify how the city can benefit from cockfighting.
Narra Police raided an illegal cockfighting activity in Barangay Dumangueña. The authorities arrested five suspects and seized roosters and cockfighting paraphernalia.
Police finally apprehended six people who were allegedly involved in the disappearance of six cockfighters in Manila. The suspects have been hiding from the authorities since January.
Online cockfighting is still banned in the Philippines. Despite the prohibition, many are still operating illegal cockfighting platforms. The Philippine police has taken down around 102 websites that are still observing the activity.
The Philippine National Police reported that despite the prohibition of e-sabong operations in the country, the activity continues to operate underground. Local enforcement has made around 1,200 arrests since the ban started.
E-sabong or online cockfighting has been suspended in the Philippines since May 2022 but the activity is still rampant underground. With many illegal operations runniing, PRO-3 Chief Hidalgo has issued an order to monitor and stop all illegal cockfighting operations to rid the country of…
Chino Trinidad, a Filipino broadcaster, is aiming to promote and establish cockfighting as an honest sport that is beyond gambling.
Online cockfighting or online sabong is the more accessible way to play sabong. With just a computer or mobile device, you can watch matches and make bets on any online sabong site. Check out this guide on how you can make bets and come out…