Tag Archives: tennis

VSoftCO agrees multi year partnership with Sport-Shotz

Virtual games provider VSoftCo has entered a multi year agreement with Sport-Shotz, a leading provider of sports themed casino games. Under the terms of the deal, Sport-Shotz complete portfolio of games is to be integrated onto the VSoftCO platform. Simon Westbury, Chief Commercial Officer of VSoftCo, said: “This partnership is very important for VSoftCo as it shows our commitment to the …

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Ninca90 secures back to back World Tipster titles

Nemanja Dojcinovic, also known by his community name of Ninca90, has been named World Tipster Champion 2017 by bettingexpert.com. The defending champion made a total of 7,123 tips and secured a total unit profit of 5,268, with 54.3% of his winning tips coming from Basketball, followed by football (31.9%), handball (6.4%), tennis (5.3%) and ice hockey (2.1%). Dojcinovic secured a €10,000 …

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Analysing how to increase integrity in tennis at #boscon2017

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Tennis makes an all too regular appearance in reports from ESSA. In fact, 31 of the 53 cases in the last report published by the international betting integrity body related to suspicious betting activity in the sport. At last week’s Betting on Sports conference, increasing the integrity of tennis and reducing instances of match fixing was discussed in great depth, …

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Ace! LeoVegas serves up ‘Summer of Tennis’ campaign

LeoVegas is betting big on tennis this summer, with the mobile betting specialist operator announcing its ‘Summer of Tennis’ campaign. Launched this week, LeoVegas Sports will allow for ‘its customers to bet on every single point made across all tennis competitions this summer’. As a player incentive, LeoVegas is adding hundreds of pounds of free bets and a chance for …

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ESSA – Tennis heads up suspicious betting activity for the ninth consecutive quarter

Updating the market, international betting integrity body ESSA reported 27 cases of suspicious betting to the relevant authorities during the first quarter (Q1) of 2017. The sport of tennis accounted for 45% of those alerts with 12 cases; the sport has now had the highest number of alerts in the last nine consecutive quarters. The remaining 55% of cases were split …

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Tennis dominates ESSA 2016 ‘suspicious betting activity’ report

Issuing an industry note, international sports integrity body ESSA has revealed that a total of 131 cases of suspicious betting activity was recorded during 2016. Detailing its report, ESSA governance specified that 41 cases had been recorded during Q4 2016. Tennis dominated 2016 with 103 cases being reported to the Tennis Integrity Unit, followed by football with 16 cases reported to …

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ESSA – Tennis continues to dominate suspicious betting alerts

European sports integrity unit ESSA has reported that tennis accounted for 84% of all cases of suspicious betting reported to regulatory authorities. Tennis alerts have now dominated ESSA’s integrity statistics for seven consecutive quarters since ESSA introduced its quarterly reporting practice at the start of 2015. The third quarter of 2016 saw 37 cases of suspicious betting activity identified by …

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Vincent Leonard – JABet – Game, Set & Match in Specialisation

As more sportsbooks pour into the UK marketplace undoubtedly it’s a glass which is now overflowing. The question of how to stand out becomes ever more prevalent and whilst many operators go down the route of adding new features, games and markets to attract new customers and attract new ones, there’s one bookmaker taking a different approach.  JABet specialises in …

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Tennis Integrity Unit needs more money to combat corruption

The head of the ATP has agreed that more money needs to be spent on tackling corruption. Chris Kermode, the ATP’s president and chief executive, and Nigel Willerton, director of the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU), addressed a panel of UK lawmakers amid allegations of match-fixing and corruption. The TIU is funded by tennis’ governing bodies and operates on a budget of …

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