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    Hong Kong’s racing authority has warned of triad-linked offshore Asian bookmakers taking a growing share of revenue from the Australian industry, local media reports. A submission by the Hong Kong Jockey Club to Barry O’Farrell’s review of the online gambling industry, which has not been made public, “Illegal Betting Markets and Links with Organised Crime” […]

    Illegal betting is fueling sports corruption says HKJC integrity chief

    The growth of illegal betting in Asia has led to the global expansion of illegal operators, spreading criminal involvement in racing and other sports betting markets, said the director for security and integrity of the Hong Kong Jockey Club during the Asia Racing Conference. During the 2016 Asia Racing Conference, held in India, illegal gambling […]

    HKJC warns about impact of illegal betting

    Illegal gambling is growing twice as fast as wagering and about $140 billion is laundered annually though illegal markets, local media reports.

    CITIbet in spotlight as authorities target illegal gambling

    Horse racing authorities are intent on closing the net on exchange CITIbet, but leading officials in the sport admit “there is no silver bullet” and say they will need government and law enforcement assistance.

    HKJC seeks regional task force to tackle out of control illegal gambling

    Horse racing administrators have long talked tough about outlaw betting operators, but it appears key members of the Asian Racing Federation are ready to put words into action with the formation of a regional taskforce to combat illegal gambling. Respected Jockey Club CEO Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges has called for a unified approach from key stakeholders to tackle the issue of illegal betting – a world he suggested is becoming dangerously out of control as the internet renders borders “irrelevant.”