Belarusian Ice Hockey Association joins Sportradar FDS programme

screen-shot-2016-09-20-at-20-10-36The Belarusian Ice Hockey Association (BIHA) has become the latest European sporting body to sign up to Sportradar’s Fraud Detection System (FDS). Sports data, analysis and insights provider Sportradar will now monitor BIHA syndicated matches for the Belarusian ExtraLiga and Ruslan Salei Cup for the next two seasons.

Signing the agreement BIHA governance stated that it was pleased to gain Sportradar services which would help it strengthen its integrity standards and codes for Belarusian Ice Hockey.

BIHA governance further detailed that by partnering with Sportradar, the organisation was joining major international sporting leagues and federations utilising FDS capabilities.

Sportradar’s Managing Director Integrity Services Andreas Krannich welcomed the BIHA as FDS partners  

“We are now building a bit of momentum and a reputation in the ice hockey world, in the wake of our work with the International Ice Hockey Federation and the North American NHL, so it is great to see another critical ice hockey nation sign up to our award-winning Fraud Detection System. The FDS is completely tailored to the context, markets and idiosyncrasies in Belarusian ice hockey and we look forward to working with Mr Zauharodniand his team over the coming seasons”.

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