It's a conventional life for a well-to-do Singaporean businessman: he lives in a condo, drives a BMW and enjoys trips to the casino, according to people familiar with his routine.
In the latest probe revealed by Europol, hundreds of players and officials are under suspicion in the biggest match-fixing scandal in football history. Fourteen people have been sentenced and more than 100 prosecutions are expected.
The difference is that Tan Seet Eng -- better known in global law-enforcement circles as Dan Tan -- is the key suspect in what could be the biggest match-fixing scandal in football history.
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