Sports data provider and integrity solutions company, Sportradar Integrity Services is going to monitor Badminton Europe under the new agreement.
The Universal Fraud Detection System (UFDS) employed by the service provider, analyses and detects suspicious betting patterns and potential threats of match fixing. The system is a verified one by the experts in the arena of sports betting and integrity.
As per Gambling Insider, Brian Agerbak, General Secretary at Badminton Europe, said: “This agreement demonstrates Badminton Europe’s commitment to tackling the threat of match-fixing.
“By bringing the expertise of Sportradar Integrity Services on board to monitor our competitions through their UFDS platform, we now have valuable insight into the betting markets offered and activity occurring on our tournaments at a global level, and our tournaments are boosted by having these protections.”
Continuing its stint of monitoring for 15 years, the company would provide reports on BEC Championships, BEC International Challenge, BEC International Series and BEC Future Series.
It will use its Universal Fraud Detection System (UFDS) to provide bet monitoring and reporting for badminton matches in the BEC Championships, BEC International Challenge, BEC International Series and BEC Future Series.
Sportradar Integrity Services Managing Director Andreas Krannich added: “We are thrilled to sign this agreement with Badminton Europe to help support the integrity of European Badminton competitions.
“At Sportradar we have witnessed growing evidence of global match-fixing in recent years across a range of sports, and it is vital, now more than ever, that strong integrity measures are put in position. Sportradar Integrity Services have a proven track record in this field, and the UFDS services provided through this agreement will offer significant assistance to Badminton Europe as they look to identify and mitigate all forms of betting-related integrity risk,” as reported by Gambling Insider.