Cambodia banned online gambling from Monday

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 Cambodia banned online gambling from Monday


On December 30, 2019, neshavin, director of the National Police General Administration, invited representatives of national casinos and online gambling operators to hold a special meeting, saying that Prime Minister Hun Sen has issued a decree prohibiting online gambling activities in Cambodia and banning online gambling activities in an all-round way on January 1, 2020.

Neshavin said that the government strictly implemented the ban on online gambling, improved Cambodias national reputation and eliminated various negative social phenomena.

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Neshavin said that if it is found that casinos or individual groups operate online gambling, casinos will be revoked their business licenses and those who violate the law will be dealt with according to law.

On August 18, 2019, Prime Minister Hun Sen issued a decree to stop issuing online gambling licenses and prohibit online gaming activities in Cambodia. Domestic online gambling license expires on December 31 and will not be renewed. Hun Sen stressed that the development of Cambodia does not rely on online gambling, pointing out that online gambling will endanger national security, and the world is fighting against money laundering and terrorist financing activities.

According to data, Cambodias gambling industry has been booming in recent years, and the number of new gambling licenses issued by the Ministry of Finance and economics of Cambodia has increased rapidly. As of the first quarter of last year, the Ministry of Finance and economics has issued 169 casino licenses, 91 of which are located in Sihanouk Province. Most casinos in Xigang are engaged in online gambling.