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Thai PM orders police to tackle online gambling at Euro 2020 tournament

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General Prayut is concerned that people are playing at the “Euro 2020” football event and stressed that the Police Department, the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society and relevant authorities must be careful. attack offenders such as online gambling sites and prosecute agents.

Deputy government spokeswoman Traisulee Traisaranakul revealed on Sunday that Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha was concerned about people playing at the “Euro 2020” football event and pointed out the police department, the Ministry of the Digital Economy and Society and relevant authorities, must tackle offenders such as online gaming sites and prosecute agents.

Deputy spokesperson Traisulee added, however, that Euro 2020 broadcast on NBT2HD should reduce tension among Thais caused by Covid-19. But getting involved in football tournament related gambling can lead to a much heavier burden as it is illegal and can result in loss of property.

In addition, the PM has also ordered restaurants not to sell alcoholic beverages during a football game as this goes against CCSA’s Covid-19 prevention measures. (NNT)


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