Malaysia busts betting ring that handled $32.6m in World Cup wagers; China's tech giants fight for share of booming online sports lottery.
In the first nine days of the 2014 World Cup, China's sports lottery sales generate nearly twice the total sales of the 2010 tournament.
Macau police bust biggest sports betting operation in city's history; operation handled a single wager of $5m on World Cup match.
Antigua inks $740m deal with China's Yida International Investment Antigua to build mixed-use tourism project that will include casino.
China's sports lottery sales on first day of 2014 World Cup hit RMB 150m, a nearly five-fold increase over the first day of the 2010 event.
Angelia Ong is with Chris Wieners of Hogo Digital, as he talks about the search engine marketing in Asia.
China investigating eight cops for protecting illegal gambling den that was bombed in January; Thailand warns cops not to bet on World Cup
Police in Hong Kong and mainland China bust massive online sports betting ring that handled wagers of up to HKD 500m ($64.5m) per day.
Documents reveal the role of two Chinese state-run banks in the UnionPay bogus purchases in Macau racket.
As China promises more cross-border cooperation to fight illegal sports betting, could patriotic hackers knock online betting sites offline?