The Singapore government may open itself up to potential legal challenges if its legislation to clamp down on online gambling proves to be discriminatory against the biggest players, legal website Out-Law.com reported, citing Pinsent Masons MPillay gambling law expert Bryan Tan. His comments follow a proposal from a consultant suggesting the government ban the top 50 betting operators from offering their services on the island. Tan said it would be wrong for Singapore to prohibit gambling on the basis of the size of the operator.
With an increasing number of casinos emerging throughout Asia, the industry is becoming a popular career choice for ambitious individuals from across the region.
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