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    Match-fixing suspicions raised in 1,100 cases since pandemic’s start / TheGuardian · Friday, 15 October - 10:16

  • Sportradar figures show football at most risk of corruption
  • 655 potential incidents detected in first nine months of 2021

Potential match-fixing has been detected in more than 1,100 sports matches since April 2020, according to research conducted by a global sports technology company.

Sportradar Integrity Services, a partner to more than 100 sporting federations and leagues, has used its betting monitoring system, the Universal Fraud Detection System (UFDS), to find suspicious activity across 12 sports in more than 70 countries. The findings date back to the start of the pandemic, with 655 of the matches detected in the first nine months of 2021.

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