Macau Casino in Washington to Pay $1.25 Million to Gambling Commission | Anti Corruption Digest

Wednesday 27th November 2019

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The Gambling Commission has ordered Macau Casino in Washington State to pay it $1.25 million for covering the costs of the investigation. The authorities were inquiring about the casino for money laundering and loansharking allegations at the gaming venues of the company.

The Commission wanted to cover the costs of its investigation into the casino and deter its peers from engaging in similar activities. The reimbursement is related to a 2016 inquiry into the casino after some complaints about money laundering and loansharking against the company. The Tukwila Police Department and the Gambling Commission investigated Macau's Lakewood and Tukwila properties.

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