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Anyone knowledgeable of the Laws of online gaming (gambling) in hong kong?

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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
ANy info would be appriciated :)
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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Wow. Pretty specialist dude.

I am very well versed on UK laws and the Gambling Act along with the Licensing Act 2003.
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I cant really go into details why i need the info at the moment, but basically a guy living in hong kong is dominating a big money game, and the games t+c's state

The Game is only open any eligible person residing in a country where the Game is not prohibited or otherwise unlawful.



Iv got a feeling hong kong is one of these countries.. no idea where to look! tried to read one article and couldnt understand a word of it :D
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture_of_Hong_Kong

Gambling is popular in Chinese culture and Hong Kong is no different. Gambling is legal only at three established and licensed institutions approved and supervised by the government of Hong Kong: horse racing (in Happy Valley and Sha Tin), the Mark Six lottery, and recently, football (soccer) betting.
Games like mahjong and many types of card games can be played for fun or with money at stake, with many mahjong parlours available. Movies such as the 1980s God of Gamblers have given a rather glamorous image to gambling in Hong Kong.
[edit]Hong Kong Jockey Club
The Hong Kong Jockey Club provides a major avenue for horse racing and gambling to locals, mostly the middle-aged. The club was established in 1844 by the British, with the first racecourse being built in Happy Valley. The club closed for a few years during World War II due to the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong. In 1975, lottery Mark Six was introduced. And in 2002, the club offered wagerings for soccer world championship games including the English FA Premier League and the World Cup.
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chrisharry12345
I cant really go into details why i need the info at the moment, but basically a guy living in hong kong is dominating a big money game, and the games t+c's state




Iv got a feeling hong kong is one of these countries.. no idea where to look! tried to read one article and couldnt understand a word of it :D


It would be incredibly difficult for you to pursue this alone. Report them to the site owner and it would be then for them to pursue.
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Cheers guys, most helpfull..

No intention of persuing it alone jay, alot of people are angered by the way this person has flooded the game, all info will be forwarded to the owner, just wanted to make sure there was an arguement to be investigated in the first place...
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chrisharry12345
Cheers guys, most helpfull..

No intention of persuing it alone jay, alot of people are angered by the way this person has flooded the game, all info will be forwarded to the owner, just wanted to make sure there was an arguement to be investigated in the first place...


Go for it then!
#9
This individual also have entered many times with his UK based wifes account.. do you think there is anything against this being legal?

I suppose its the same principles as 10 year old getting his dad to set him up with a poker account..

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