UK operators renew funding to educate players on betting integrity – Gaming Intelligence Group (registration)

UK operators renew funding to educate players on betting integrity
Gaming Intelligence Group (registration)
Bet365 co-CEO and Remote Gambling Association chairman John Coates said that his company understood the need for the betting industry to work closely with the sporting sector to preserve integrity in sport, adding he was “pleased to be a part of this

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Commissioner backs industry’s ground-breaking education programme – Gaming Intelligence Group (registration)

Commissioner backs industry’s ground-breaking education programme
Gaming Intelligence Group (registration)
Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner with responsibility for sport, has given her personal backing to the joint betting industry and European athlete association programme which aims to educate players on the pitfalls of engaging in match-fixing.

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EveryMatrix expands sportsbook with new virtual sports products – Gaming Intelligence Group (registration)

EveryMatrix expands sportsbook with new virtual sports products
Gaming Intelligence Group (registration)
“As a leading solutions provider in the online sports betting industry and at the forefront of emerging technologies both online and on mobile, EveryMatrix is sure to add significant value to its clients with the incorporation of virtual sports on a

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Report: Betting remains key contributor to UK economy – Gaming Intelligence – Gaming Intelligence Group (registration)

Report: Betting remains key contributor to UK economy – Gaming Intelligence
Gaming Intelligence Group (registration)
A new report by Deloitte has revealed that Britain’s betting industry continues to be a key contributor to the UK economy, directly contributing £2.3bn towards GDP in 2011, of which approximately £0.4bn relates to remote betting. The report by Deloitte

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Operators cite sports governance reasons for match-fixing – Gaming Intelligence Group (registration)

Operators cite sports governance reasons for match-fixing
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betting integrity body, said this week that corrupting sporting events requires “individual players, officials or club directors to be directly involved” and that “it is that truth that the sports federations should face up to rather than blaming

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