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Lyon-based worldwide police office Interpol said on Friday it has seized composed wrongdoing systems associated with illicit betting crosswise over Asia, reallocating in excess of 1.7 million U.S. dollars in real money and capturing many suspects. Amid Operation SOGA VII , police led in excess of 14,900 strikes at illicit betting caves crosswise over China, including Hong Kong and Macao, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore, where an expected 1.6 billion U.S. dollars-worth of wagers were taken care of, the office included an announcement. Between June 22 and July 16, in excess of 1.7 million U.S. dollars in real money was seized, notwithstanding 1,000 PCs and cell phones which are being broke down in the continuous examination. 

Interpol's executive of the Asia-Pacific master gather on sorted out wrongdoing stated: 

With the Hong Kong Police Force alone seizing wagering slips worth 16.8 million U.S. dollars, Operation SOGA VII owes its prosperity to a great extent to the intensity of worldwide and local police participation through Interpol. Participating wards benefited as much as possible from our strong aggregate understanding of six past SOGA activities which empowered us to plainly envision interfaces between Asian wagering syndicates and their unlawful partners working past Asia's outskirts amid the World Cup. 

Up until now, Interpol's soccer betting tasks have prompted the capture of 30,000 suspects and the seizure of around 57 million U.S. dollars in real money, notwithstanding the conclusion of in excess of 3,700 illicit betting caves which dealt with very nearly 8 billion U.S. dollars worth of wagers.

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