Singapore authorities have arrested 14 individuals on suspicion of being part of an organised crime group involved with match fixing activities, including the suspected leader who is alleged to be Dan Tan, one of the most prolific match-fixers in the world.

Twelve males and two females between the ages of 38 and 60 years old were arrested following a twelve-hour joint operation which ended in the early hours of Tuesday, led by Singapore’s Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) with support from the Police Intelligence Department.

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