Tag Archives: Sportradar

SBC coming to America with Betting on Sports conference

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Sports betting specialist SBC Events, organiser of global conferences Betting on Football and Betting on Sports, is bringing its expertise to America in order to help the gambling industry explore the opportunities afforded by the Supreme Court’s repealing of PASPA restrictions on the betting industry. Betting on Sports America is a two day conference which will be held on 24-25 …

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Sportradar allays fears as sports betting moves out of the shadows

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The Deputy President for Sportradar US has predicted a chaotic post-PASPA period, as the sports betting market prepares for an estimated $190 billion in annual activity to come “out of the shadows”. Dr. Laila Mintas stressed that the benefits of legal sports betting in the US far outweigh “misperceived fears and unfounded concerns”, but acknowledged that because every state’s approach …

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Sportradar enters into multifaceted ESEN eSports agreement

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ESEN eSports, a tournament and league organiser within the vertical, and Sportradar have entered in to a multiyear partnership, related to data streaming and integrity across a breadth of competitions. The sports betting solutions providers are to collect and distribute audio visual and data across competitions, including the King of Nordic tournament, with the Sportradar fraud detection system also set …

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Power of football utilised to drive Sportradar CSR initiative

Sportradar have partnered with streetfootballworld, an organisation utilising the power of football to change the world for good, in a bid to pool motivation and expertise to drive social change through a mutual passion of football. In line with a commitment to enhance its global corporate social responsibility (CSR), as well as corporate citizenship, Sportradar is to engage its offices …

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Adam Lewis: IRP – Tennis needs to rethink structure & betting relationships to win its integrity battles

Adam Lewis sports law QC has stated that tennis needs to readdress its relationship with betting if the sport is to diminish corruption and match-fixing. Yesterday, Lewis who has led tennis’ independent Integrity Review Panel (IRP), revealed the findings of a two-year study researching the sport’s match-fixing, corruption and betting-related issues. At a press conference in London, Lewis outlined that …

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Sportradar’s Neale Deeley: The quest for a legal, protected and competitive US market

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Sportradar’s Neale Deeley spoke to SBC News about the potential of a legalised sports betting market in the US, which he says has been both “overestimated” in terms of how quickly it can all become real, and “underestimated” in relation to the size of each state. For example, he notes that people know about California’s huge economy, but don’t realise that …

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Winning Post – Spain’s draft budget proposes good news for betting operators

Regulus Partners, the strategic consultancy focused on international gambling and related industries, takes a look at some key developments for the gambling industry in its ‘Winning Post’ column. UK: Gambling and gender – what crisis? Gambling has been on the wrong side of practically every issue recently, especially in the UK. Entirely separately to gambling’s regular whipping, there has been …

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Play Fair Code strengthens Austrian sporting practices with Sportradar

The Austrian Play Fair Code (PFC) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Sportradar, designed to bring a multitude of benefits to its many stakeholders. Amongst those are the exchange on knowledge and best practices focussed towards education and prevention, which is to aid the strategic objective of fighting corruption across all forms of sport, both within Austria and on …

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Betradar’s William Howie: The scale of the opportunity in a regulated, cricket-mad India

At last month’s ICE London, Betradar made a commitment to the All India Gaming Federation (AIGF), a not-for-profit organisation, to further its understanding of the local market, while exploring all opportunities related to sports betting and gaming in India. We caught up with William Howie, Programme Manager Premium Cricket at Betradar, to discuss the potential legalisation of sports betting in …

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International Tennis Federation deepens integrity partnership

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The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has announced an extension of its partnership with Sportradar, as it seeks to strengthen its integrity protection measures. As part of the fresh deal the sports betting solutions provider will use a fraud detection system, designed to monitor betting patterns across more than 50,000 ITF Pro Circuit tennis matches. Carsten Koerl, Sportradar Founder and CEO, …

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