Tag Archives: Global Lottery Management System (GLMS)

GLMS details “successful monitoring” of AFCOM and Beijing Olympics

The Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS) reported a total of eight suspicious fixtures to sporting authorities in February, whilst detailing successful operations at two major events.  Updating industry stakeholders in its latest newsletter, the international bet monitoring organisation outlined the measures it had implemented at the Beijing Winter Olympics and Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON). Notably, GLMS partnered with the …

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GLMS: 298 suspicious betting alerts generated in Europe during Q3

The Global Lottery Management System (GLMS) has flagged 452 suspicious betting alerts to partners during Q3 2020, the majority of which (370) were generated by football. Basketball followed some way behind football with a total of 24 alerts, tennis generated 34 alerts followed by 13 ice hockey alerts. Of the total alerts, 298 were identified in Europe, followed by 71 …

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GLMS report flags 178 suspicious betting alerts in Europe

The Global Lottery Management System (GLMS) flagged 178 suspicious betting alerts in Europe during the first half of 2020, with football generating a significant majority of the alerts. Of the 269 alerts recorded during Q1 and Q2, 197 were associated with football, with Europe generating 137 alerts, followed by 43 in Asia, and 7 in North America. Basketball followed some …

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