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Over 100 Euro 2012 gamblers arrested in Thailand

BANGKOK, 14 June 2012 (NNT) – Police arrested 130 suspects allegedly involved in the gambling on the Euro 2012 football tournament during yesterday’s raids, with wager worth over 46,000 baht. As of yesterday, Police Major General Saroj Promcharoen, Deputy Metropolitan Police Chief and head of the gambling suppression operation, said that out of the 130 […]Read More

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UEFA denies True Visions the right to air Euro 2012

BANGKOK, 13 June 2012 (NNT) – The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has denied True Visions the right to broadcast the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship, commonly referred to as Euro 2012. True Visions and GMM Grammy executives held a meeting last Friday to discuss enabling True Visions subscribers to view the Euro 2012 […]Read More

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Samui Island: German Dies of Heart Attack Watching UEFA Soccer

Mr. Helmut Gunther, A 71-years-old German citizen died of a heart attack while watching the UEFA European Championship Germany-Portugal match. SURATTHANI – June 10, 2012 [PDN]; Pol. Sub. Lt. Issaret Samneangwan, Koh Samui police station, Surat Thani province was notified of a foreigner who had died in Santi Thani Project Village, Koh Samui island. Read […]Read More

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Over 100 persons arrested in Thailand for football gambling

BANGKOK, June 10- Police arrested 125 suspected football gamblers during the first two days of Euro 2012 football tournament. Six of those arrested were bookmakers, said Deputy Metropolitan Police Chief Saroj Promcharoen, head of the gambling suppression operation, at a press briefing on Sunday. Read more: MCOTRead More

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TrueVisions announce no broadcast of Euro 2012 matches

TrueVisions announced Friday night that it could not relay Euro 2012 matches as broadcast by free-to-air Channels 3, 5 and 9. A press statement from TrueVisions said the free-to-air channels have signed contact with GMM Grammy not to allow subscription TV operators to relay the matches broadcast via their channels. Read more: The NationRead More