The number of suspicious betting warnings decreased in the second quarter of the year, according to a report by International Betting Association (IBIA) Revealed this week
According to published information, there is one 41 ٪ Decrease in the number of suspicious betting alerts on both base and year-on-year, as Q2 Yeah 38 Alerts flagged to the honesty organization are lower than 64 Reports received Q1 2021 And 65 IBIA flagged alerts Q2 2020.
15 Countries around the world reported suspicious betting activity during the quarter with most warnings. 18, Is coming from Europe, Where Germany and Russia topped the list Four Each. Six Alerts generated in connection with eSports events are not assigned to a specific location south America And Asia Registered Five Each, and both Africa And North America Calculated Two.
Betting on football matches was included in rap reports 16 Warnings, almost double the number of suspicious reports of table tennis, Not, And almost three times the warning for e-sports and tennis, Six.
The number of suspicious football betting cases has increased 33 ٪ Compared with 12 Reports that started in the first quarter of the year. Football warnings were increasing year by year 400 ٪, As it just existed Four Items reported in Q2 2020 When world-class sports calendars were disrupted by the outbreak of the Corona virus.
The decline in the total number of reported suspicious betting activities was mainly due to a significant reduction in the number of reports from tennis matches, as this quarter had the lowest number of such studies since the IBIA produced such reports in 2015.
Compared to a sequence, Six Warnings in Q2 2021 Representative one 300 ٪ Drop from 18 that in Q1 2021, And decrease 433 ٪ From 26 Reports seen in Q2 2020.
Of the six cases reported in the second quarter, two were out of the main tennis tour and reported International Tennis Integration Agency (ITIA). The IBIA in a quarterly report stated that some of the players involved in those incidents’ may be in the range Tennis Anti-Corruption Program (TACP)“
Founded in 2005, the IBIA is the mainstay of the licensed sports betting industry and seeks to protect global sports and trade by relying on close partnerships and information sharing.