IBIA reports 268 suspicious sports betting alerts in 2022

Updated:2024-03-25 13:16    Views:100

The organisation notes this increase in alerts from previous years is attributable to the growth of its monitoring network; a result of its expanded membership.  

The 268 suspicious betting alerts mark a 14% increase year-on-year, with 50 of them coming in Q4 2022. Most of the suspicious betting alerts came in Q3, however, with 90 alerts reported.  

Alerts for 2022 spanned 14 sports across 61 countries – with suspicious activity around tennis and football continuing to dominate the field. 

Of all regions the IBIA is present in, Europe continued to provide the highest number of betting alerts, nearly 50% of the annual total.  

The work of the IBIA throughout 2022 led to criminal sanctions against 15 sports teams,Casino games officials or players.  

IBIA CEO, Khalid Ali, said: “The protective shield provided by IBIA is a vital tool in identifying and sanctioning attempted corruption on regulated betting markets. 

“That has been underlined by welcome successful prosecutions during 2022 based on IBIA data, and we expect further corroboration of the association’s important positive impact and collaborative approach to be evident throughout 2023. 

“The addition of 16 new members in 2022 has undoubtedly strengthened our monitoring and alert network and our ambition is to see all responsible regulated sports betting operators collaborating through IBIA. Proactive and collaborative action by our sector is an essential component in the fight against match-fixing, and to enhancing the overall reputation of the sector in general.”   

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