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PGA Tour Next Frontier for Gambling? Wirecard Processed for Mafia-Controlled Casino

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Aug/03/2020

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“Golf is a good fit for gambling,” said Victor Matheson, a sports economist at College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts. “There are an infinite number of things you can bet on.”

Stats are aplenty of sports bettors.

Up to 156 players, 30,000 or more total shots and detailed statistics on everything from driving distance to bunker saves.

“Golf is a good fit for gambling,” said Victor Matheson, a sports economist at College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts. “There are an infinite number of things you can bet on.”

From Yahoo Sports:

With sports betting becoming legal in more and more states, the math has PGA Tour executives looking to use gambling as a lure to draw more fans. And the coronavirus outbreak has given them a chance to jump-start this effort.

As one of the earliest sports to resume play after the COVID-19 lockdown, golf has targeted bettors waiting for the football season and NBA playoffs. It has become the fourth most-popular wagering sport on the DraftKings site and, with the PGA Championship beginning Thursday, has seen a 400% increase in wagers at one Las Vegas sportsbook.

Read More at Yahoo Sports

Wirecard Processed Payments for Mafia-controlled Online Casino

Wirecard processed payments that have in all likelihood been used to facilitate money-laundering operations at a Maltese online casino owned by the ’Ndrangheta, a criminal clan based in Europe. According to an article published by Miles Johnson in the Financial Times, the payments have helped launder millions worth of euro for the criminal organization.

The Financial Times further confirmed that it has seen official legal sources released by Italian authorities in confidence, that confirmed that Wirecard processed various payments to and from CenturionBet, a gaming company operating out of Malta, and the main one linked to the Mafia clan.

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- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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