A Malaysian man is trying to win $20,000 for every gambling win he can earn by opening an online gambling site.
The Singaporean gambling operator has told the Singaporean Gaming Regulatory Commission that its online gambling platform, GamblingLabs, is not allowed to accept bitcoin and has warned people not to use it.
The regulator has also said that Gambling Labs cannot be linked to a gambling site because it is a “licensed gambling service”.
But the Singaporeian company, based in Johor Bahru, has been operating its Gambling Labs casino site under the name ‘PhoenixGambling’.
GamblingLaws, which is based in Malaysia, said that its site, which offers gambling games in Malaysian and Indonesian currencies, is operated by the “PhoenixGathering” group and that the casino site does not have any official casino license in Malaysia.
The site’s homepage, meanwhile, is displaying an advertisement for its Singapore-based casino site, saying that it offers the “highest level of gaming experience for players of all levels.”
The Singapore Gaming Regulatory Authority has told Gambling Lab to “remove the gambling site” from its site.
According to the Singapore Gaming Authority website, GiftingLabs “provides the most convenient, reliable and convenient gambling experience on the market,” and that it is one of the “most trusted gambling sites” in Singapore.
GamblingLab has been active since 2011, and in 2013 it opened its casino site in Malaysia after opening its Singapore casino site.
But its Singapore gambling site, PhoenixGambling, was banned in Malaysia in August 2014 after it received a warning from the Malaysian Gaming Authority.
GiftingLaws has been accused of promoting gambling through gambling apps such as iGambling and gambling websites, and also promoting gambling by offering games in bitcoin.
Its Singapore gambling service, which allows Singapore residents to gamble, has attracted complaints from the gaming community over its lack of regulations, including a ban on using cryptocurrency such as bitcoin in gambling games.
The company told the Malaysian gaming regulator that it would “work with the authorities” to remove its Singapore gaming site from its service.
Gong Shui Lim, director general of the Singapore Association of Gaming Companies, told reporters that he did not think it was a big deal because Singapore has no legal gambling laws.
But he added that gambling operators should “consider” what they are doing.
Gung Shui added that the gambling industry in Singapore has been “on the rise”, with the country’s gaming revenues increasing to US$2.3 billion last year from US$1.4 billion in 2013.
He said that there was “no need to panic” about the online gambling issue because the government had taken “very careful steps” to prevent gambling.
Gangwari Kaur, an executive at Singapore Gaming Services, told the Associated Press that while Singapore was a country with strict gambling laws, it has also seen a boom in the gambling business.
“I don’t know how they got their hands on this,” he said.
Gangs are banned from gambling in the US but the gambling market is growing rapidly.
Last year, the US Department of Justice reported that the number of Americans using online gambling services grew from 8,913 in 2012 to 21,908 in 2013, an increase of 7%.
In November last year, Congress approved a bill that would extend the federal gambling law to cover online gambling platforms.