The Estonian Centre for Integrity in Sports (ESTCIS) has announced a deal with Sportradar Integrity Services to monitor domestic sports competitions from October 2021.
As per the agreement, Sportradar will monitor betting and reporting for football, basketball, handball and volleyball competitions in Estonia using its Universal Fraud Detection System (UFDS).
The sports competitions total at almost 1,000 fixtures per year.
Sportradar’s UFDS involves a team of experts who analyse suspicious betting patterns, with any dubious behaviour reported to the necessary partners.
The company announced earlier this year that it would offer the UFDS for free to leagues and sports federation.
“We are fully committed to putting in place the measures necessary to ensure that the integrity of sport throughout Estonia is maintained, and this agreement with Sportradar Integrity Services is integral to doing so,” said Henn Vallimäe, executive director at ESTCIS.
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