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Senior police officer arrested in gambling crackdown


A senior police officer in Vietnam was arrested on Sunday on suspicion of involvement in an international gambling ring, local media reports. The arre

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Wynn Macau highlights risks from founder’s departure


In a management analysis and discussion in its annual report, Wynn Macau highlighted the potential risks the company may face from the February resign

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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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CAG fingers four lottery companies in Mizoram scandal


Four private companies in India have been slammed for their involvement in the Mizoram lottery scandal which allegedly led to Rs 11,808.8 crore (US$1.

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ED attaches properties of Santiago Martin’s associate


The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has attached the assets of N. Jayamurugan, an associate of Santiago Martin, in connection to a Sikkim lottery scam, l

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Sombero denies involvement in bribery scandal


  Alleged middleman of gambling tycoon Jack Lam, Wally Sombero, has denied involvement in the bribery scandal involving Justice Secretary Vitaliano A

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Jack Lam owes Pagcor $278.3 million


The Philippines Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) has disclosed that Jack Lam owes the regulator around P13.9 billion (US$278.3 million), loca

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GKL raided over ongoing political corruption scandal


Grand Korea Leisure is the latest company to be entangled in an ongoing corruption scandal involving South Korean President Park Geun-Hye, local media

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Huang Shan went voluntarily to Vietnam


Earlier this week, it was reported by media that former Macau junket boss, Mr Huang Shan, suspected of embezzling an estimated $1.3 billion of Macau c

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Former junket boss turned con caught in Cambodia


Former Macau junket boss, Mr Huang Shan, who is suspected of embezzling an estimated $1.3 billion of Macau casino junket investor funds has been repor

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Wynn Macau to defend lawsuits related to Dore scandal


Wynn Macau has been named a defendant in the Macau Court of First Instance by individuals who claim to be investors in or person with credit in accoun

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China sports ministry rapped over corruption


The China Communist Party’s top graft-busting body said it has sent inspectors attached to the sports ministry to departments dealing with swimming

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Melco and Wynn exposed to debt-ridden junkets


Macau’s Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd and Wynn Resorts Ltd are most at risk of being exposed to debt-ridden gaming promoters, said Daiwa analysts, a

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World Bank calls for anti-money laundering reforms


The World Bank Group said it supports the reform of Manila’s Anti-Money Laundering Act and bank secrecy law, following ongoing investigations into h

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Chinese hackers likely involved; senator


A Philippine senator says Chinese hackers were likely involved in the cyber heist at the Bangladesh Central Bank, noting the network of Chinese people

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Amaya chairman and chief executive takes temporary leave of absence


Montreal-based Amaya Inc. today announced its chairman and chief executive officer David Baazov has taken a voluntary indefinite paid leave of absence

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Baazov charged with insider trading over PokerStars takeover in 2014


Chief executive of Montreal-based Amaya Inc, and two of his associates have been charged by Quebec’s securities regulator with insider trading over

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Cambodia probe could cost Tabcorp upwards of A$120 million; CLSA


The Cambodian bribery allegations could cost Tabcorp up to $120 million (US$90.4 million) in costs and penalties, according to Sydney Morning Herald q

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