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Betting alerts fall in second quarter, football cases increase

During the second quarter of the year, the Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS) detected 287 alerts and notifications. In an update for the period between April and June 2022, GLMS revealed that total alerts were down 40 percent year on year, with Europe actually producing far more alerts (156).

Europe was accompanied by Asia, which had 59 alerts and notifications, while the Americas had 33, Africa had 27, and Oceania had five, reflecting regional results in the International Betting Integrity Association’s (IBIA) report issued Wednesday.

This is an increase from the 42 suspicious cases reported in the first quarter, despite Europe and Asia being the first and second most common markets, accounting for 55 percent and 24 percent of all alerts, respectively.

According to a market breakdown, 243 results were generated either before or during the game, with six of them “ending as expected, acknowledging suspicious odds movements.”

Based on potentially malicious odds changes, GLMS member information, match fixing rumors and speculation from a named source, and Betfair volume, 18 alerts were classified as red, 82 as yellow, and 154 as green. The remaining 33 were based on information provided by GLMS members or partner organizations.

Meanwhile, 252 alerts from football games were received, with 138 coming from Europe, 49 from Asia, three from North America, 27 from Africa (which included all notifications from the continent), three from Oceania, and one from the global web.

Following football, there were 14 alerts for esports, 13 for basketball, four for ice hockey, two for tennis, and one each for volleyball and handball.

The GLMS reported 19 matches out of the 287 alerts to its partners, which included local regulators, law enforcement agencies, relevant sports federations, and projects, and seven analysis reports were prepared immediately or at the suggestion of members.

Previously, the IBIA reported earlier this year that the number of betting alerts recorded in 2021 fell to 239, a 13 percent decrease from the previous year. This was part of a larger “consistent in recent years” trend, which saw the average amount of betting alerts per year stand at 240 between 2018 and 2020.

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