A total of 1,785 raids occurred across the country from September 22 to October 5.

Malaysian authorities detained 1,871 people for their involvement in online gambling and unlicensed lottery activities during the two-week operation, local media reported in a briefing, citing a senior police officer’s comments on Wednesday.

A total of 1,785 raids occurred across the country from September 22 to October 5.

The confiscation also included 680,000 MYR (roughly $144,000) that police said was for illegal lottery activities. Cash, computer equipment, and 513,000 worth of mobile phones, which were allegedly used for online gambling, were also seized.

A total of 1,599 men and 312 women between the ages of 20 and 60 were arrested. Police are investigating them for allegedly buying open lottery tickets and helping them buy lottery tickets in violation of the U.K.’s Common Gaming Houses Act of 1953.

As of October 5, there were a total of 382 reports of investigations related to online gambling and illegal lottery.

An additional 1,362 investigative reports were still being reviewed, and 43 investigative reports were classified as requiring no further action.

In Malaysia, licensed lottery businesses are allowed. Genting World Genting, a resort near the capital Kuala Lumpur and run by Malaysia Bhd, is allowed to offer gambling to casino games.

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