Tipbet adopts FIFA Early Warning System reinforcing monitoring
Tipbet (Tipbet.com), the European sports betting operator is proud to announce that they have signed an agreement with FIFA’s Early Warning System (EWS) making them the latest industry organisation to do so, strengthening their monitoring capabilities.
With the intention of protecting the integrity of football in addition to promoting fair play and tamper free football, FIFA implemented the Early Warning System (EWS) in order to prevent match fixing.
To reach this target, collaboration between EWS, the highest possible number of global and local betting operators such as Tipbet, associations and service providers in the betting industry is reached. Tipbet is pleased to contribute to EWS purpose and to be part of this partnership.
Tipbet administration said that they plan to support the integrity of sporting events and the acknowledgement of unusual betting patterns will be a fundamental contribution in the prevention and detection of any attempted match fixing.
With the use of EWS, Tipbet agrees to notify FIFA officials of any suspicious or irregular, unexplainable betting activity during normal day to day business transactions that might possibly indicate probable manipulations of football games.
General Manager of Tipbet, Bahadir Malkoc commented: “We are proud to be of support to FIFA, and to contribute in their efforts to safeguard the integrity of football tournaments and at the same time, strengthening the soundness of our betting systems and services offered.”
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