Sportradar data provider and the Norwegian Gaming and Foundation Authority (the Norwegian gambling market regulator) signed a cooperation agreement.
The development of the national platform promoted to combat match-fixing seems to be the key point of it. The national platform will focus on preventing the results of sports events manipulation. Moreover, it is going to coordinate the fight against match-fixing of all stakeholders. Sportradar will work with the Norwegian regulator’s specialists team to solve effectively the problems, connected with match-fixing. Such as their detection, investigation and summarizing of expert opinions, reports iGamingBusiness.
“We are now at the stage of gathering all the forces, systems and processes in one place to strengthen the protection of the sport integrity in our country. Experience and Sportradar tools are an important part of this protection. Consequently, we look forward to successful cooperation in the next few years”, – said the Norwegian national platform senior adviser Henrik Nordal.