A Taiwan lawmaker has called on the government to crackdown on online platforms advertising sports betting.
Taiwan prosecutors have indicted 32 people, including a billionaire, for running an online gambling platform and engaging in money laundering, with earnings of about NT$59.4 billion ($2.13 billion.) The platform, known as GPK Bet, has been in operation...
The pandemic has swept the world like no one could have imagined in the year of 2020. This global crisis has put many businesses to an abrupt halt in Q1 and forced companies to develop new business models for survival.
Ganapati PLC founder Hayato Kinoshita has been indicted by Taiwanese prosecutors along with a dozen other people for illegally operating online gambling, rejecting defense arguments that they were several steps distant from any legal violations.
Police have raided the offices of Gamatron Studios in Taipei’s Neihu Technology Park, arresting 31 people, including the top executive, named Kinosh
Jumbo Technology said it has live-streamed its product launches for 2020 due to the impact of the coronavirus.
Jumbo Technology is celebrating its 20th birthday this year and after successful expansion in Asia, it’s now turning its sights further afield.
Jumbo Technology says it plans to announce a series of new products to celebrate its 20th anniversary this year, despite the coronavirus crisis.
Amidst the outbreak of COVID-19, organizers behind GTI Asia Tapei Expo 2020, a gaming-focused trade fair in Taiwan, has been canceled. “Many co
The Coronavirus, now renamed as Covid-19, has devastated the near-term outlook for Asia’s casino operators, though analysts still expect demand to snap back sharply once the outbreak is under control. The big question is when that might be.
iGaming software supplier, BBIN has officially formed an alliance and become partners with eSports club "MAD TEAM", providing support to MAD's Arena o
The Greater China region -- Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan -- got the lion’s share of all outbound tourists from the mainland in 2018, according to the China Outbound Tourism Research Institute.
Over 70 suspects involved in a cross-border online gambling ring have been arrested by Taipei City police on Thursday, local media reports. Accord
Taiwan now employs about 200,000 people in its gaming services industry and investment by gaming companies is rising, despite the lack of legal framework, Calvin Yang, managing partner, Join International Law Officers told a panel at G2E Asia.
Taiwan Lottery plans to launch a new game with a top prize of NT$15 million (US$510,300) on April 23, according to a report by CNA. The game is called
Quixant, suppliers of cutting-edge hardware to the global gaming market, is pleased to announce another high-profile addition to its gaming monitor di
On October 28, 2017, Kinmen Island will hold a referendum in which the residents will be asked if they would support the establishment of casino-based tourism resorts on the island. Kinmen (also known as Quemoy) is a Taiwan-controlled island located off...
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