Malta Gaming Authority establishes Sports Integrity Unit

New unit will monitor suspicious betting and combat match-fixing

The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has created a new Sports Integrity Unit as part of an initiative aimed at combatting match-fixing and the manipulation of sporting competitions. Its primary role will be to gather intelligence and information relating to suspicious betting and liaise with local and international regulators, law enforcement agencies and operators to investigate…

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