Tag Archives: CAS

Sportradar strengthens fight against match-fixing in the DFL

Sportradar Integrity Services has strengthened its current agreement with the DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga in a move that will see the duo ramp up the fight against match fixing in connection with sports betting. Under the terms of the agreement, Sportradar has rolled out its Fraud Detection System (FDS) which seeks to carry out  systematic and continuous monitoring, detection, documentation …

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CAS dismiss KS Skënderbeu’s appeal

A decision made by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has dismissed an appeal made by KS Skënderbeu of the Albanian Superliga. The dismissal comes after the football club disputed accusations of match fixing, however UEFA has now been cleared to implement its sanctions on the Albanian outfit. A statement released by CAS confirmed the decision: “On the basis …

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FIFA presidential election could be postponed

The FIFA presidential race which is due to take place in Switzerland on Friday 26th February could now be postponed. This follows reports that one of the candidates, Prince Ali bin al Hussein, has lodged a complaint at the manner in which the actual voting is due to take place. The Jordanian, who is the third son of King Hussein, has …

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Tennis rejects suggestion evidence of match fixing suppressed

In response to match fixing allegations aired on BBC News and BuzzFeed online, the four governing bodies of tennis (ATP, WTA, Grand Slam Board, ITF) who are partners in the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU), confirmed that there is a zero-tolerance approach to all aspects of corruption and that they are and will continue to be firmly committed to protecting the integrity …

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