Eric Ding goes on trial for bribing Lebanese match officials, however influential international match-fixing kingpin Dan Tan remains a free man, 15 Jul 2013
Ding was arrested in April and charged in May with three counts of corruption for allegedly supplying prostitutes to the three Lebanese match officials, in hopes of swaying them to fix the Asian Football Confederation match between Singapore-based Tampines Rovers and India’s East Bengal.
Another Singapore businessman, Dan Tan Seet Eng, has been accused of co-ordinating a global crime syndicate that made millions of dollars betting on rigged matches in Italy and other parts of the world. Dan Tan has reportedly been interviewed by Singapore authorities but no charges have been laid. Full story