Wednesday, June 29, 2022


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Mainland police bust mountain casino, six detained


Mainland Chinese police have busted an illegal casino in China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, arresting 104 gamblers, and seizing 535 gambling

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Naval base casino cashier sentenced for theft


A former casino cashier at the Yokosuka Naval Base has been sentenced to two years in prison for stealing nearly $100,000 from the Yokosuka casino in

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Class action lawsuit filed against Crown over China scandal


Australian-listed Crown Resorts announced on Monday that a class action lawsuit has been filed against the company in federal court, which it says it

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Arrest warrant issued to former Kangwon Land CEO


The former CEO of Kangwon Land has been arrested on charges of unlawfully hiring staff at the request of politicians and local “bigwigs”, The Kore

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Police shut down Macau linked underground banks


Two underground bank operations that were funneling money to Macau from Guangzhou have been busted by Chinese authorities, according to China Daily. T

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Tax authorities uncover illegal betting racket


A massive illegal betting racket suspected to have generated over Rs. 100 crores (US$15.15 million) in unaccounted income has been uncovered and booke

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Casino financier arrested for illegal detainment


A Chinese casino financier has been arrested for illegally detaining a Korean national who failed to settle his debt, local media reports. Chinese nat

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PJ arrests eight in loan sharking ring bust


The Judiciary Police have arrested eight people in connection to a loan sharking ring in Macau, TDM News reports. Earlier in the week, the PJ conducte

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Police nab proxy betting ring members


Ten people were arrested last week in Macau over their involvement in an illegal proxy betting ring, Macau TDM reports. The suspects are accused of he

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Two men charged with using counterfeit chips


Two men were arrested earlier this week for using counterfeit gambling chips in a casino in Cotai, Macau TDM reports. The two suspects from mainland C

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Online gaming op raided, 20 busted


Police in Cambodia’s Preah Sihanouk province arrested 20 Chinese suspects believed to be running an illegal online gaming business, Khmer Times repo

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Crown’s China marketing head quits


Crown Resorts’ head of international marketing, Michael Chen had reportedly left the company sometime in March, according to The Australian. “It i

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Police detain man in VIP room scam


Macau’s Judiciary Police caught a man who was seeking to leave the territory following a scam in which he defrauded two Singaporean women by convinc

Crown Resorts faces class action over China arrests


Crown Resorts is facing potential class action from shareholders in relation to the imprisonment of its staff in China, local media reports. Crown Res

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Duterte orders seizure of Lam assets


Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the seizure of all of casino mogul Jack Lam’s assets in the Philippines for allegedly not paying ta

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Police crack down on $72 billion gambling ring, online casino


Authorities in central China have rounded up 94 members of a $72 billion gambling ring, which was known for bringing Chinese gamblers across to parts

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Junket chairman says Crown was too aggressive


The chairman of a major casino junket operator in Macau has slammed the behavior of Crown Resorts in mainland China, saying it has been “too aggress

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VRC uses fashion to attract Chinese


The Victoria Racing Club is treading carefully following the Crown arrests in China as it rolls out its first big marketing push into the country, loc

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Chinese crackdown likely to have adverse effect: SkyCity


New Zealand casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group says the recent Crown employee arrests are “likely to be adverse” to its business in the s

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