Lottery tech firm AGTech and courier firm SF Express launch home delivery of sports lottery scratch tickets in four Chinese provinces.
Sales of lottery tickets in mainland China grew by almost 9 percent in May as Chinese wagered more in sports.
The news brought Crown shares down about 1.4%, mostly because convicting executives sounds bad. But the verdict isn’t exactly surprising.
The lengthy probe into how Crown Resorts lured Chinese high-rollers to its casinos ended in a quick-fire trial on Monday.
More than 1,000 bank accounts belonging to Myanmar traders have been frozen by Chinese authorities as part of an ongoing gambling probe.
After eight rounds of sixty minutes each, the final heat of the main concluded and what remained were 49 players out of the 74 that signed up.
Chinese authorities have lodged criminal charges against 18 Crown Resorts staffers, including three Australians, for alleged gambling crimes.
Seventy-six entertainment venues have been shut down across China while 26 others had their operations suspended.
Bitcoin’s steady stream of good news continues this week. Despite not having any real catalyst, the digital currency is advancing towards record territory.
BTC China, the last of the so-called Big 3 exchanges in China, has also resumed cryptocurrency withdrawals on its platform.