Vatican and Interpol no longer accepting FIFA funds

Vatican and Interpol no longer accepting FIFA funds

FIFA lost support Friday, June 12, 2015, from both the Vatican and Interpol due to fraud investigations. Interpol stated it would no longer take funding from FIFA, which is supposed to stop match fixing and other corruption in soccer. Four...
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Paysafe Group shares plunge following illegal gambling allegations: Paysafe vociferously denies

Paysafe Group shares plunge following illegal gambling allegations: Paysafe vociferously denies

Shares in London-listed online payment systems provider Paysafe Group plunged almost 38% yesterday following an accusation that some of its outsourced services have been facilitating “both illegal gambling and Chinese capital control evasion” for one of it...
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Four arrested and charged in suspected casino fraud case

Four arrested and charged in suspected casino fraud case

Four casino employees have been arrested and charged with fraud and engaging in illegal gambling practices for their alleged involvement in a scheme that reportedly swindled a VIP gaming room in an unnamed Macau casino out of more than $3...
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Bribery allegations threaten Russia and Qatar’s rights to host FIFA world cup

Bribery allegations threaten Russia and Qatar’s rights to host FIFA world cup

The investigation into FIFA has confirmed that an ugly monster controls the ‘beautiful’ game. The investigation has implicated some of the most senior members of FIFA on corruption charges and also alleges that the process of awarding Russia and Qatar...
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Macau regulator distances city from arrested Crown Resorts Limited employees

Macau regulator distances city from arrested Crown Resorts Limited employees

The head of Macau’s Gaming Inspection And Coordination Bureau regulator has reportedly announced that none of the 18 employees of Australian casino operator Crown Resorts Limited arrested and detained by Chinese police two weeks ago had been connected to the...
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Macau police arrest 15 on suspicion of loan-sharking

Macau police arrest 15 on suspicion of loan-sharking

In Macau, police have arrested 15 people on suspicion of activities associated with a loan-sharking syndicate that reportedly could have earned up to $1.28 million from as many as 40 victims. According to a report from local television and radio...
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No jail time for card swapping poker players at London casino

No jail time for card swapping poker players at London casino

Rather than jail time, suspended sentences were given to three men who were part of a gang that cheated the Grosvenor Victoria Casino out of thousands of pounds. The Evening Standard reported that the gang netted £33,600 playing three-card poker...
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Indicted Macau casino owner linked to US Presidential candidates

Indicted Macau casino owner linked to US Presidential candidates

As voters in the United States get set to go to the polls tomorrow to elect their 45th President, reports have emerged linking both main candidates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, to a Macau casino owner currently under indictment in...
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N-Tech.Lab Limited launches FindFace Cloud API

N-Tech.Lab Limited launches FindFace Cloud API

In Russia, facial recognition software firm N-Tech.Lab Limited has built upon the success of its FindFace service with the launch of its new and more powerful FindFace Cloud API innovation. Moscow-based N-Tech.Lab Limited declared that FindFace Cloud API can i...
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Unlicensed gambling in Russia to be a criminal offense

Unlicensed gambling in Russia to be a criminal offense

New legislation has been submitted to the State Duma by the Russian government which makes the organization of unlicensed gambling outside of the specialized gambling zones a criminal offense, as reported by RIA Novosti. Currently, seizure of property and admi...
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Macau police uncover counterfeit currency scheme

Macau police uncover counterfeit currency scheme

In Macau, a man has reportedly been arrested for his involvement in a criminal scheme that allegedly saw him illegally trade some 100 counterfeit United States banknotes for genuine local currencies. According to a report from local radio and television...
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