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Police dismantles online Chinese gambling syndicate with 1 million clients

February 23, 2024 ChinaPhilippines Crime & LegaliGaming & Gambling

Police in China’s Sichuan province have reportedly dismantled an online gamblingcriminal syndicate,” according to state broadcaster China Central Television.

The syndicate is believed to have attracted about one million players from mainland China and generated a “capital flow” of up to CNY725.5 billion (US$100.9 billion). Twenty million Chinese yuan in cash were seized as part of the operation as well.

The casino games at a resort in the Philippine province of Cagayan that were allegedly streamed online to players in mainland China were among the illicit gambling activities. Further details regarding the development of this system were not disclosed by the study.

Under the direction of China’s Ministry of Public Security, the Luojiang district police in Deyang, Sichuan, looked into the case of cross-border gambling.

Several Luojiang residents admitted to participating in online gambling activities, leading to authorities detaining persons in numerous provinces on the mainland starting in June of the previous year.

Around a million people on the mainland were allegedly registered with the accused syndicate, and more than fifty thousand agents were assigned to find new members. The syndicate’s suspected Philippine base is Sichuan police. On the mainland, 93 people have been apprehended thus far; 50 of them are presently in court on charges of “establishment of casino.”

Although the investigation did not specify when the alleged actions occurred, it did reveal that the syndicate had been hiring mainland Chinese workers for a number of years.

Although they claimed to be placed in hotels in the Philippines, the recruits were actually engaged in bookmaking activities, such as taking bets from Chinese players on the mainland over the Internet or through mobile devices. CCTV cited Chinese officials as saying that trainees were also given tasks including managing grievances from gamblers and internet maintenance.

Original story by: GGRAsia

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