Police in China have busted an illegal gambling operation built on the EOS blockchain network. The arrests are just another example of the wider crackdown on cross-border gambling initiated by Chinese authorities.
Thai police have shut down a network of online casinos in raids that took place across seven provinces, with nineteen suspects arrested and cash and other goods seized. In total, eight online casino networks have been shut down.
The Delhi Police arrested 6,291 people in over 2,400 cases of gambling in 2020, officials said on Sunday.
The organized crime unit of the Punjabi police carried out a raid and arrested seventy people accused of participating in a major gambling racket on the outskirts of Banur.
Police in southwest China's Sichuan Province have busted a cross-border online gambling ring involving RMB1 billion (US$152 million), which featured a Cambodia-based operation recruiting gamblers in mainland China.
The Sarawak Police Contingent has been declared by their colleagues as being particularly proficient in investigating and busting illegal online gambling rings.
Forty-eight China nationals suspected of operating online gambling from three condominium units in Kuala Lumpur were arrested on October 16.
Police have launched a manhunt for a suspect in an online gambling syndicate who escaped custody by climbing over the fence at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission headquarters.
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