Taiwan Accused Ganapati In The Organization Of Illegal Gambling

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January 24, 2022
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Ganapati Is Accused of Illegal Online Games in Taiwan

Taiwan’s prosecutor’s office charged two citizens of japan and 11 to their citizens in organizing an illegal gambling business on the internet.

The japanese of cinema and matsumura were brought to justice on charges of developing applications for gambling and receiving profits from online rates in taiwan, along with 11 taiwanese employees.

The indictment says that two japanese citizens were responsible for managing three companies – ganapati taiwan co., ltd., ganapati plc and another technological company registered in taipei, which offered applications to use online gambling websites.

Cinema and matsumura developed 36 such applications with various gambling, which were associated with 28 websites located in thailand, vietnam, china and various european countries, while ganapati taiwan charged a commission of 6-10 percent from each rate made online players.

At the indictment, it was announced that illegal business was conducted from january 1, 2019 to july 6, 2020, and during this period a total of 1.4 billion taiwanese dollars was concluded (48.9 million us dollars).

Although the organizers claimed that players whose ip addresses are located in taiwan, in japan and south korea, were blacklisted and did not have access to websites, the prosecutor’s office considered them online operations violating the law of taiwan.

Source: focus taiwan edition

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