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LGA WARNS ON ASIAN BETTING SITE
28th July, 2014 at 11:27:56
Chinese-language site claims LGA licencing
Malta regulator Lotteries and Gaming Association (LGA) has warned it has no connection with Asian-facing online gaming website hg68.com, saying its licencing claim is both false and misleading.
The website, which continues to display the LGA licencing logo as well as GamCare, touts its Crown International Cash Network as the fastest growing online gaming site offering sports betting, lottery and online gaming.
Although there is very little upfront information on the website, it is apparently operated by Crown International and utilises BBIN software.
BBIN software provides its software to a multitude of other Chinese language online gambling websites
Related News Tags: China, Lotteries
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