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Why prohibiting betting markets ties the hands of the licensed market

As countries around the world were plunged into lockdown, punters turned towards the more niche betting markets such as Belarussian football, table tennis and lower-league Swedish football. But one issue that arose, in the case of the Swedish market, was the growing concern that the lower tiers of football may be more susceptible to match-fixing and betting corruption – which …

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Scott Longley – Dispelling the myths of sports data rights…

Sports leagues and governing bodies have emphasised the distribution of their data rights through ‘official partnerships’, sanctioned by chosen tech partners. Adjusting to digital disruptions across all media and entertainment verticals, the debate on sports data rights should not be handled as a black-or-white matter… ________________ Arguments over sports data – who owns it, who distributes it, who uses it …

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Reputation Matters: The Gambling Sector in The Spotlight

A new conference will look at the negative perception of the gambling industry. ‘Reputation Matters: The Gambling Sector in The Spotlight’ will take place in London on the afternoon of Thursday 7 November at the Soho Hotel, W1.  The half-day event, organised by Clear Concise Media, will discuss the key issues linked to corporate and social responsibility, lobbying and public positioning for …

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