A data-sharing agreement has been forged between the Malta Gaming Authority and the Slovak Football Association.
The football association has over 400,000 members in Slovakia and it is the governing body of the sport.
The agreement is now part of a growing list of data-sharing agreements by the MGA with international partners in the sports world. It will help fight match-fixing.
Jakub Cavoj, integrity officer of the Slovak Football Association, said: “This will be useful for both sides and help achieve a common goal, to protect the integrity of sport competitions.”