Europol: Global match-fixing hits €120m annually

New report alleges criminal groups target lower leagues with football among chief targets

Global criminal proceeds from betting-related match-fixing reached €120m annually, according to police agency Europol. In a new report, Europol has estimated the size of the global sports betting market at €1.69bn per year, with football alone making up more than 60% of this market. Of the global market, 65% of overall betting turnover is processed…

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