Malaysia’s government is looking to amend the country’s existing gambling laws in order to bring them in line with the contemporary gambling environment in the country, according to local media outlets.
“This action shows just how seriously the NHS takes the threat of gambling addiction, even in young people, but we need to be clear – tackling mental ill health caused by addiction is everyone’s responsibility – especially those firms that directly contribute to the problem,” Stevens said.
Sixty-five people were caught in several estates during an eight-day multi-agency operation earlier this month, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) said on Friday (Jun 21).
Bukit Aman Criminal Investigations Department director Datuk Huzir Mohamed said 8,775 illegal gambling premises were raided between January 1 and June 22, with 92 operators arrested.
On 26 November last year, the Federal, state and territory governments of Australia agreed to implement a raft of new consumer protection measures aimed at reducing the harm caused by online wagering, particularly wagering on sports.
Despite Japan’s reputation for being one of the most welcoming nations for fintech, online crypto gambling has struggled to take off in light of the country’s strict regulation.
Goa has launched the Big Daddy Casino boat. In a bid to scoop up a boatload of gambling tourists in Asia, Big Daddy sets sail for a high rolling adventure.