Police in Hong Kong have broken up a suspected triad-controlled bookmaking syndicate that could have taken in more that HK$120 million in illegal football bets.
Off-season horse racing in India is set to go online, as the Hyderabad Race Club (HRC) announced spectators can only tune in for the event online during the last week of July.
This year’s UEFA Euro 2020 has once again proven the power that European football has in drawing global eyes. Amongst all the publicity surrounding Euro 2020, one question must be asked: Where are all the significant Asian football tournaments?
The UEFA European Championship (Euro 2020) has re-highlighted the plight of governments and authorities in fighting against illegal online gambling.
In a major new study, the U.K. tops the league table when it comes to regulated betting markets, with India coming in last in the 20 jurisdictions under the spotlight.
The prospect of legal sports betting in Japan has created a buzz in the global community, though industry insiders warn that Tokyo will need to do a better job on regulation than it has with casinos if the market is to reach its full multi-billion dollar potential.
Michael Maerz, deputy CEO for Asia Pacific at Sportradar, speaks about the potential for regulated sports betting in Asia and the mounting excitement that Japan could be prepared to legalize, in what may lead to a chain reaction of a lifting of regulatory hurdles.