The latest estimates tracking performance in July 2019 show that revenues are roughly in line with those of the same month last year.
Police in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur has busted an international online gambling syndicate arresting 49 Chinese nationals.
Nearly two months after Pennsylvania launched mobile sports betting, you can finally play at SugarHouse Sportsbook and Online Casino on Apple iPhones and iPads thanks to a workaround from the gaming provider.
Police have arrested 37 South Koreans on suspicion of running illegal gambling websites, with stakes of hundreds of billion won, in Malaysia after they were extradited from the Southeast Asian country, the National Police Agency said Thursday.
Asia’s leading casino junket operator Suncity Group has denied operating illegal online gambling in China, while simultaneously vowing to stop doing anything China views as illegal.
Zhao Kezhi, the Public Security Minister of China, has pledged to resolutely crack down on cross-border online gambling according to the law.
Online casino centers are under construction north and south of the Philippine capital to cash in on the booming gaming sector, the nation’s gaming regulator Andrea Domingo said in Manila.
A total of nine people, including five Indonesian nationals, have been arrested for allegedly running illegal online gambling syndicates following three raids here.
July 4 — A Malaysian man promised a job in a casino in the Philippines was allegedly cheated of RM13,000 and forced to work in an illegal online gambling centre by a Chinese national, Perak MCA Public Services and Complaints Bureau chief Low Guo Nan said.
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.