Tag Archives: Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS).

GLMS issues alert on four ‘suspicious’ games in March

The Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS) alerted its members and partners to four “seemingly suspicious” games in March. Publishing its April 2022 newsletter, the GLMS issued the alert after completing its essential investigations, while the industry watchdog also developed five analysis-reports after requests from members and partners. These analysis reports probed past games to “determine whether the risk of manipulation motivated by …

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IOC outlines bet monitoring operations ahead of Beijing 2022

The Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games are due to commence later this week, and in preparation the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has outlined a number of integrity measures.  Notably, the Committee has partnered with several bet monitoring organisations, including sports data and tech firm Sportradar, the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA) and Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS). Announced recently, the …

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Europe accounts for 169 betting alerts in GLMS Q3 update

The Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS) has identified 358 suspicious sports betting alerts throughout the third quarter of 2021, with Europe accounting for the majority of alerts. Publishing its Q3 update, the GLMS reported that it was alerted to 169 cases of suspicious wagering activity in Europe – a trend which was demonstrated in its Q1 2021 report earlier this …

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Cooperation required as sports authorities tackle the globalisation of sports corruption

With the effects of the coronavirus crisis still being felt throughout the world of sports, authorities and governing bodies are facing more pressure than ever in the fight against match-fixing and sports corruption.  Delving into the ongoing challenges that authorities face when combating the manipulation of competitions, a panel titled ‘Match-Fixing Phenomenon at the time of COVID’ at SBC Digital …

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GLMS reappoints Calvi as President in Executive Committee election

The Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS) has appointed Ludovico Calvi as its Chair and President in its most recent Executive Committee election. Calvi will serve his third mandate as President until the next election in 2023, whilst Gilles Maillet, Sport Integrity Director at La Française des Jeux (FDJ), will replace Rupert Bolingbroke of the Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC) in …

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Europe flagged as continent responsible for most betting alerts by GLMS

The Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS) has released its report for Q1 2021, identifying Europe as the continent most responsible for suspicious betting alerts. A total of 23 alerts were reported to GLMS’ international sporting partners, of which four were sent to FIFA, seven to UEFA, three to the TIU, two to ESIC and two to the IOC. The remaining …

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CSCF confirms EU-funded IntegriSport initiative extension

Sports integrity non-profit organisation the CSCF Foundation has launched its ‘IntegriSport Next ERASMUS+’, an EU-level project representing a joint commitment between six member-state countries in raising awareness of sports manipulation threats and compromises.  The EU-funded initiative is a continuation of the IntegriSport Erasmus+ project, which was launched in 2019, consolidating itself as an important platform for raising awareness amongst law …

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GLMS releases 2020 Annual Monitoring and Intelligence Report

Lottery integrity body Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS) has released its 2020 Annual Monitoring and Intelligence Report, which outlines the organisation’s main highlights, key facts and figures for the year. The GLMS has experienced significant growth in 2020, in particular its executive committee and team has expanded in addition to its schedule of digital events. The report contains interviews with …

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