Macau police apprehends 27 people from illegal online gambling organization

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15 Macau locals were apprehended on Wednesday, January 11, 2023. They are suspected of having connections to an illegal online gambling organization that has amassed $3.69 billion in bets since 2017.

27 people were arrested on Wednesday in Macau. They were involved in illegal online gambling organization. Since 2017, the organization collected CNY18.5 billion (approximately 2.74 billion US dollars) in bets.

Macau police arrested 27 people from an illegal online gambling organization. They were apprehended in several mainland provinces. 15 of them are Macau locals aged 29 to 66. They face allegations of involvement in organised crime and money laundering. The organization has run several Internet-based gambling games.

The Macau police have found out that a criminal organization profited CNY25 million from illegal online gambling operations. The organization had an operational base in a luxury flat in Macao's ZAPE district and several other bases spread across mainland China and overseas.

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