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ITIA bans three tennis players for match-fixing.

The International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA) has issued bans to three professional players after ruling they took part in match-fixing activities. Kazakhstan’s Timur Khabibulin, Sanjar Fayziev of Uzbekistan and Igor Smilansky from Israel have all been banned for match-fixing. The ITIA says each player breached its Tennis Anti-Corruption Program (TACP). Khabibulin faces a lifetime ban

EveryMatrix secures partnership with US Integrity.

B2B igaming technology provider EveryMatrix has entered into a new partnership with sports betting monitoring business US Integrity. Under the agreement, EveryMatrix will provide US Integrity with its OddsMatrix real-time data feeds and sports data API solutions. US Integrity will use this information, alongside other data sources, to help tackle betting-related fraud and corruption in

ITIA suspends three tennis players for match fixing.

The International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA) has handed provisional suspensions to Timur Khabibulin, Sanjar Fayziev and Igor Smilansky for match fixing. Each suspension came into effect on 25 July and will remain in place until the ITIA decides sanctions. Each case relates to breaches of the Tennis Anti-Corruption Programme (TACP). Kazakhstan’s Khabibulin, who reached a

IBIA welcomes as most contemporary member.

The International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA) has announced sports betting brand as its latest member. Match Time Solutions-owned online operator is focused on the Brazil market. joins almost 50 companies and more than sports betting brands within the IBIA network of members. “We are honoured to work with IBIA and to be

Ladies’s sports activities growth raises corruption likelihood, contemporary document warns.

Increased and more widespread monitoring of women’s sport should be considered to help combat match-fixing, according to a new report. ‘Breaking Barriers: Assessing Women’s Sports, Betting, and Integrity Challenges’ looked at the current state of female sports around the world. Presented this week at iGB L!VE, the study had the support of leading industry organisations, operators

Port Vale defender suspended for making a bet violation.

Port Vale FC defender Mitch Clark has been given a suspended three-month ban and £600 fine for a betting violation. The League One player was hit with the enforcement action after an Independent Regulatory Commission ruled he’d breached the Football Association’s (FA) betting rules. Clark admitted placing 312 bets on football matches while playing for

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