Rise in ‘suspicious alerts’ in betting

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There has been a sharp increase in suspicious betting alerts in the past year, says the International Betting Integrity Association.

In its annual report, the IBIA said that there was a 14 per cent uplift in the alerts in 2022, at 268. It was, however, in line with the figures from “normal” years.

In the fourth quarter of the year there were 50 alerts, to add to the 48, 80 and 90 from each of the three previous quarters.

The alerts covered 14 sports and came from 61 countries. The alerts concerned mostly football and tennis.

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