Singapore match-fixing gang had rigged more than 100 games worldwide, also involved in violent activity

Zee News, 1 Oct 2013
Singapore: A notorious Singaporean match-fixing gang rigged more than 100 football games worldwide in a scam worth millions of dollars, before it was busted this month, a source said Monday.
The source, who has direct knowledge of the case, added there were signs that the syndicate, allegedly led by Singaporean businessman Dan Tan, was involved in violent activity.
The details have emerged two weeks after Singaporean authorities rounded up 14 people in the wealthy Asian city-state`s biggest operation yet against international match-fixing.
The five alleged members still in custody include Dan Tan, according to the source. Full story
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