A dispute between online sports betting operators in Taiwan leaves four dead after one operator suspects rival of spreading lies about his operation.
Gambling proponents in Taiwan have secured a date for a new referendum, which would pave the way for casinos to be built—finally—in the country.
Seventy-six entertainment venues have been shut down across China while 26 others had their operations suspended.
Taiwan's Criminal Investigation Bureau arrests 33 individuals suspected of running an illegal online sports betting operation.
Four Taiwanese legislators are now proposing to strip the people’s power to decide on casino gaming in their jurisdiction.
Taiwan is rustling up another referendum to bring casino gambling to one of its outlying islands, according to local media outlets.
Thousands of Taiwanese police stage coordinated raids on illegal gambling operations, including two major online gambling networks.
A Taipei city councillor is forced to publicly deny media reports that he ran up a debt of $309k playing the Taiwan Sports Lottery.
Residents of Taiwan's Penghu County vote against authorizing casino gambling by an even wider margin than the 2009 referendum.