Imperial Pacific International said the company is not part of an investigation into racketeering, harbouring illegal aliens and money laundering being carried out by the US Department of Justice.
Laos has reportedly detained and deported hundreds of Mainland Chinese who were heading for the country’s casinos, but entered illegally to avoid mandatory quarantine.
Tokyo prosecutors have arrested three corporate executives for allegedly offering money to a defendant in the 500.com bribery scandal to provide false testimony, according to local media reports.
China’s Ministry of Public Security says it has seized more than $32 billion in illicit funds and arrested more than 11,000 after launching a crackdown on cross border gambling operations four months ago.
Up to 42 Chinese nationals were arrested in the Malaysian capital and more than 200 were detained in Northern Thailand following raids on illegal gambling operations, according to local media reports.
Vietnamese police have broken up an illegal online gambling operation in Hanoi that has taken in about $2.77 billion in business, VN Express reports.
Cambodian police have arrested three local residents for allegedly cheating in a Sihanoukville casino, local media reports. The men were usings tricks
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Five people have been arrested for betting on the Pakistan and Bangladesh match in the ongoing Asia Cup T20 tournament, local media reports. After a t
A group of seven South Koreans operating an illegal sports betting website in Vietnam has been arrested, according to South Korean Police and local me
Hong Kong police arrested 21 people on Friday after a raid on a video arcade that is known to convert to a gambling venue after midnight, local media
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