Tag Archives: UEFA

Sportradar lands first sports betting data contract from UEFA

UEFA, the governing body of football in Europe, has awarded its first ever contract for sports betting data to Sportradar. The new agreement will see Sportradar become the continental governing body’s authorised collector and distributor of data for betting purposes, building on its current position as the authority’s integrity partner for the past 12 years.  Sportradar will collect and distribute …

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Europe accounts for 169 betting alerts in GLMS Q3 update

The Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS) has identified 358 suspicious sports betting alerts throughout the third quarter of 2021, with Europe accounting for the majority of alerts. Publishing its Q3 update, the GLMS reported that it was alerted to 169 cases of suspicious wagering activity in Europe – a trend which was demonstrated in its Q1 2021 report earlier this …

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UKGC records stable July activity but concerns appear on higher slots engagement 

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The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has recorded a ‘stable July’ as it continued to track the activity of the online gambling sector under COVID-19 circumstances.  Publishing its latest online monitoring report gathered from operator data, the regulator revealed that July registered 11.3 million active players, matching June results. July’s active player numbers remain well below the Peak +12 million recorded …

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Sportradar aims to raise $504m with IPO

Sportradar has confirmed its Initial Public Offering (IPO), with the aim of raising $504 million through floating of shares in addition to a further $159 million via concurrent private placements. The Swiss-based sports data and technology company will offer 19 million shares at a price range of $25 to $28, with the concurrent private placements taking place with Eldridge, entities …

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UKGC registers May slowdown on online gambling activities  

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The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has reported a steady decrease in online gambling activity as UK governments ease their COVID-19 lockdown restrictions.    The Commission continues to monitor online gambling behaviours impacted by COVID-19 and lockdown circumstances, reflecting licensed operator data recorded between March 2020 to May 2021. During May, the UKGC registered a 14% decrease in the number of active …

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Premier League ESL clubs agree on £20 million settlement

The six Premier League clubs which participated in the breakaway European Super League (ESL) project earlier this year have agreed to a £20 million settlement. According to Sky Sports, the settlement between the clubs and the Premier League will ‘draw the line under’ the controversial proposed tournament, and amounts to roughly £3.5 million per team. Although the proposed tournament quickly …

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Sacre Bleu! Stats Perform predicts France over the Three Lions for Euro 2020 glory

Teaming up with Stats Perform’s AI team, football analysis blog TheAnalyst.com has provided its ‘empirical answer’ as to who will win this summer’s UEFA 2020 European Championships (11 June to 11 July). Crunching the numbers on teams past and present performance, against a plethora of factors determining the likely outcome of the tournament’s groups and matches – Stats Perform has …

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ESL attacks UEFA’s ‘alarming attitude’ as disciplinary proceedings begin

UEFA has initiated disciplinary proceedings against European Super League (ESL) founders Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona, prompting the trio to criticise the governing body’s ‘alarming attitude’ and ‘insistent coercion’. Making the announcement yesterday, UEFA confirmed that disciplinary proceedings had commenced against the three teams following a two-week investigation. The trio are the only remaining clubs out of the original 12 …

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UEFA fines Zlatan €50K for Bethard connection 

The Appeals Body of UEFA has issued its judgement on the investigation of Swedish footballer Zlatan Ibrahimović and his financial interest in the online sportsbook Bethard Group.  Pedro Tomas, Chairman of UEFA’s Appeals Body, confirmed this morning that Ibrahimović had been fined €50,000 for violating ‘Article 12’ of European football’s ‘Disciplinary Regulations’. The investigation was launched last month following reports by …

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