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Sportradar extends relationship with Tennis Australia

Leading sports data services provider, Sportradar, today announced a wide-ranging multi-year partnership extension with Tennis Australia, leveraging its audiovisual (AV) and data content, encoding...

Suspicious betting cases drop 30% in Q3

The number of suspicious betting cases fell 30 percent in Q3 to 50, with the majority related to football and tennis.

ITF adds Sportradar’s integrity services to integrity protection measures

The ITF today announced the addition of Sportradar’s Integrity Services to its integrity protection measures. As an extension of its current partnership with the ITF,...

Tennis integrity watchdog flags 48 alerts to suspicious betting

The Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) has confirmed it received 48 alerts to suspicious betting and match fixing in the first quarter of 2016, SBC...

Average sports bet decreases by half in 2015; Russia

The average bet on major sports from Russian punters decreased by half in 2015 compared to the previous year, according to an analytical review...

Sports bookmaker suspends betting over match-fixing concerns

International bookmaker Pinnacle Sports suspended betting on Sunday, after unusual betting patterns on an Australian Open mixed doubles match was detected, The New York...

Top tennis players involved in match-fixing; BBC investigation

Eight players who have been, or are currently suspected, of participating in match-fixing are in the main draw of the 2016 Australian open, according...

William Hill Australia partners with Australian Open

William Hill Australia has announced that it has become the first ever betting partner of the Australian Open Tennis Championships. The operator agreed its partnership...

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