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Measures to Ensure a Healthy and Safe Gaming Market

June 15, 2022 |

SWEDEN (June 13, 2022) –The Law Council’s referral proposes measures aimed at excluding illegal players from the Swedish gaming market and counteracting manipulation of results in sports, so-called match-fixing. Published June 9, 2022 Law Council referral from the Ministry of Finance […]

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Updated Measures for Sports Betting Integrity

October 15, 2021 |

MALTA (October 7, 2021) — One of the Malta Gaming Authority’s (MGA) commitments is to take a proactive approach in managing sports betting integrity with the aim of addressing the threats posed by match-fixing and malicious sports betting. In this […]

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Approach Match Fixing; Position Paper Dutch Lottery

October 9, 2021 |

RIJSWIJK, Netherlands (September 28, 2021) — On Monday, September 27, a round table discussion about match-fixing took place in the House of Representatives on behalf of the Dutch Lottery, Sam Depoortere took part in this discussion. Consumers, sports enthusiasts, policymakers, […]

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Swedish Gaming Inspectorate Proposals for New Match Fixing Regulations Are Notified to the EU

May 23, 2020 |

STRÄNGNÄS, Sweden — On May 20, Spelinspektionen (Swedish Gaming Inspectorate) submitted new regulations and general advice on match fixing to the College of Commerce for notification to the European Commission. The new rules on match fixing can only take effect […]

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The Malta Gaming Authority Signs Data-Sharing Agreement with the World Professional Billiards & Snooker Association

May 23, 2020 |

MALTA — The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has recently established a data-sharing agreement with the World Professional Billiards & Snooker Association (WPBSA). The WPBSA is the regulatory authority for both Billiards and Snooker worldwide. It is responsible for the global […]

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The Match Fixing Rules Are a Step in the Right Direction – But Far from Adequate

May 2, 2020 |

VISBY, Sweden  — Game Supervisory revised proposal till regulations against match fixing contains several positive news, but is far from perfected “It is a step in the right direction, but it is still a long way to go before we […]

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