Following the idol group member, a famous actor was also caught playing'Avatar Gambling'.
On the 25th, MBC's'News Desk' said, "Two famous idol group members who were popular in Japan were investigated by the police on charges of gambling tens of millions of won in the Philippines last September. As a result of the investigation, one of them was online illegal gambling in Korea. The facts were further revealed,” he reported.
The members of the idol group have been revealed as supernova Jung Yoon-hak (36) and Kim Seong-je (34). One of them is known to have additionally gambled through an illegal website operated by online non-face-to-face gambling, so-called'avatar gambling'.
'Avatar Gambling' is a method in which a local casino in the Philippines shows the gambling room live, and participants who connect from Korea designate the person at the casino site as'Avatar' and order betting.
Thousands of people flocked to remote gambling because the fear of a novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) could be avoided and there was no need to go abroad for airfare. In addition to idol groups, the list of gamblers includes famous actors and gangsters, and the total stake is known to be about 800 billion won.
The police said, "The standard of punishment for illegal gambling in Avatar is for celebrities who paid millions of won and tens of millions of won for the general public. According to this criterion, more than 100 people are handed over to the prosecution. Idol group singers expedition to the Philippines and remotely It was investigated that the stakes paid for gambling amounted to 50 million won.”
An official of the idol group's agency claimed that "(about whether or not'avatar gambling' using gambling sites in Korea other than away gambling), he also said'it has never been like that'."
[News Inside Reporter Kang Haru firstname.lastname@example.org]
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