Thursday, August 11, 2022

IPL: Gang set up Fake IPL in Gujarat and Duped Russian punters

IPL: India is known for its craze for cricket. Fans here are crazy about this sport and IPL has proved to be a fan favorite among Indian audiences.

Betting has been associated with sports for a long time ago. There are a few instances in which betting has led to some serious threats to cricketers’ careers.

IPL has attracted much better in the league. The fast pace of the matches has lured the gamblers and betters to place money in the league.

Not only Indians, but even foreigners bet money on IPL matches and follow them for accurate predictions and results. One such incident of betting has been in the news recently from Gujarat.

IPL Scam in Gujarat

IPL: Gang set up Fake IPL in Gujarat and Duped Russian punters
IPL: Gang set up Fake IPL in Gujarat and Duped Russian punters

Everyone knows that the Indian Premier League is the biggest franchise cricket league in the World and is participated by some of the biggest names in the Cricket World. And some fraudsters thought of taking a advantage of the league’s popularity.

This star-studded tournament inspired some villagers in Gujarat of performing a fraud with Russian punters in name of the Indian Premier League.

3 Weeks after the 2022 IPL ended, around 6-7 people from Molipur village of Mehsana in Gujarat decided to start their own IPL and performed a big heist with Russians.

They created an Indian Premier League in which the laborers were made to act as cricketers.

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A man from Meerut was called to enact as a cricket commentator, Harsha Bhogle. They made Russian punters bet in fixed matches and earn money through it.

They downloaded fake audience noise from the Internet and made the villagers wear jerseys and enacted as umpires with Fake walky-talky. The matches were streamed on YouTube and this fake Indian Premier League fooled Russian punters.

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Police caught hold of this scam when the tournament reached its quarter-final level and have nabbed the organizers and are currently investigating the matter.

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This news has spread like wildfire on the internet and many famous personalities have reacted to it and some have suggested to launch a web series related to this. Let’s see what actions will the Police take against these Conmen.

IPL: India is known for its craze for cricket. Fans here are crazy about this sport and IPL has proved to be a fan favorite among Indian audiences.

Betting has been associated with sports for a long time ago. There are a few instances in which betting has led to some serious threats to cricketers’ careers.

IPL has attracted much better in the league. The fast pace of the matches has lured the gamblers and betters to place money in the league.

Not only Indians, but even foreigners bet money on IPL matches and follow them for accurate predictions and results. One such incident of betting has been in the news recently from Gujarat.

IPL Scam in Gujarat

IPL: Gang set up Fake IPL in Gujarat and Duped Russian punters
IPL: Gang set up Fake IPL in Gujarat and Duped Russian punters

Everyone knows that the Indian Premier League is the biggest franchise cricket league in the World and is participated by some of the biggest names in the Cricket World. And some fraudsters thought of taking a advantage of the league’s popularity.

This star-studded tournament inspired some villagers in Gujarat of performing a fraud with Russian punters in name of the Indian Premier League.

3 Weeks after the 2022 IPL ended, around 6-7 people from Molipur village of Mehsana in Gujarat decided to start their own IPL and performed a big heist with Russians.

They created an Indian Premier League in which the laborers were made to act as cricketers.

A man from Meerut was called to enact as a cricket commentator, Harsha Bhogle. They made Russian punters bet in fixed matches and earn money through it.

They downloaded fake audience noise from the Internet and made the villagers wear jerseys and enacted as umpires with Fake walky-talky. The matches were streamed on YouTube and this fake Indian Premier League fooled Russian punters.

Police caught hold of this scam when the tournament reached its quarter-final level and have nabbed the organizers and are currently investigating the matter.

This news has spread like wildfire on the internet and many famous personalities have reacted to it and some have suggested to launch a web series related to this. Let’s see what actions will the Police take against these Conmen.

IPL: India is known for its craze for cricket. Fans here are crazy about this sport and IPL has proved to be a fan favorite among Indian audiences.

Betting has been associated with sports for a long time ago. There are a few instances in which betting has led to some serious threats to cricketers’ careers.

IPL has attracted much better in the league. The fast pace of the matches has lured the gamblers and betters to place money in the league.

Not only Indians, but even foreigners bet money on IPL matches and follow them for accurate predictions and results. One such incident of betting has been in the news recently from Gujarat.

IPL Scam in Gujarat

IPL: Gang set up Fake IPL in Gujarat and Duped Russian punters
IPL: Gang set up Fake IPL in Gujarat and Duped Russian punters

Everyone knows that the Indian Premier League is the biggest franchise cricket league in the World and is participated by some of the biggest names in the Cricket World. And some fraudsters thought of taking a advantage of the league’s popularity.

This star-studded tournament inspired some villagers in Gujarat of performing a fraud with Russian punters in name of the Indian Premier League.

3 Weeks after the 2022 IPL ended, around 6-7 people from Molipur village of Mehsana in Gujarat decided to start their own IPL and performed a big heist with Russians.

They created an Indian Premier League in which the laborers were made to act as cricketers.

A man from Meerut was called to enact as a cricket commentator, Harsha Bhogle. They made Russian punters bet in fixed matches and earn money through it.

They downloaded fake audience noise from the Internet and made the villagers wear jerseys and enacted as umpires with Fake walky-talky. The matches were streamed on YouTube and this fake Indian Premier League fooled Russian punters.

Police caught hold of this scam when the tournament reached its quarter-final level and have nabbed the organizers and are currently investigating the matter.

This news has spread like wildfire on the internet and many famous personalities have reacted to it and some have suggested to launch a web series related to this. Let’s see what actions will the Police take against these Conmen.

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