Tuesday, June 13, 2017

China has formerly charging Casino staff for illegal gambling

Report says, Casino operator Crown Resorts employees who were detained in China last year have been formally charged with illegally promoting gambling.

Casino Crown management said that, early 4th quarter of 2016, the staff had been held after a police operation believed to target its marketing activities.

Among them were three Australians, including Jason O'Connor, a senior executive in charge of attracting Chinese high-rollers.

Casino gambling, and promoting gambling abroad, are illegal in mainland China.

The company says, the cases have been referred to Shanghai's Baoshan District Court.

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