Wednesday, October 05, 2022


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Authorities arrest 342 Chinese in an investment scam outfit


The Philippines on Friday said it has detained hundreds of Chinese workers, as part of a continued crackdown against unlicensed online gaming business

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1,000 arrested for online gambling in Cambodia


Nearly 1,000 suspects have been arrested by Chinese and Cambodian authorities this year, relating to online gambling, telecommunication fraud, and gan

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Russia targets illegal activities as gambling revenue falls


Russia is getting serious about cracking down on illegal gambling, which is having a significant impact on the development of the country’s gambling

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Former ministry official tangled in Kangwon scandal


South Korea’s Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism office was raided on Saturday after allegations emerged that a former tourism ministry officia

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China to crack down on rural gambling


Authorities in China have launched a campaign to crack down on gambling in rural areas ahead of the Lunar New Year holidays, Xinhua reports. The campa

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International ties strengthened in fight against match fixing


A new agreement signed between Victoria police and international integrity body ESSA (Sports Betting Integrity) is set to assist authorities in target

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Osaka police bust long-running illegal casino


An illegal casino den in the Minami entertainment district has been brought down by authorities in Osaka, with officials noting the business may be th

18 Crown employees reportedly detained in China


At least 18 employees of casino operator Crown Resorts have been detained by Chinese authorities, local media reports. "Crown believes that a number o

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Vietnam police busts $58 million online gambling ring


Vietnam authorities cracked down on an online football gambling ring worth VND1.3 trillion ($58 million) over the weekend, local media reports. A tota

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Authorities probe Wynn Macau over smoking violations


Macau authorities are looking into allegations that Wynn Macau breached smoking rules after 70 of the casino’s employees went on strike to protest a

Malaysian authorities confiscate and dispose of gambling machines


Malaysian authorities disposed of gambling machines and other items worth RM5.4 million ($1.5 million) that were seized in operations to crack down o

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