Japan warns online gambling is a crime punishable by jail

Author: Live Casino Direct
 
Japan warns online gambling is a crime punishable by jail
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Japan's National Police Agency warns against online gambling. It is a crime punishable by a hefty fine or even jail term. The punishment for gambling can be a fine of up to 500,000 yen ($3,430) or up-to-three years in prison for habitual gamblers.

Japan has no regulatory framework for online gambling. It is one of the most promising markets in the region. There has been a nationwide crackdown related to online betting in Japan. China is especially vigilant. South Korea smashed a $3.9 billion online gaming ring this week.

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