Partnering with leading organisations fighting match fixing in sport
Match fixing is widely recognized as a major threat for today’s sport, with organized crime putting athletes and other individuals at risk of serious danger. Clue is proud to partner with organisations across sport dedicated to tackling illicit activity and protecting sport from those who threaten to destroy it, including:
The International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA)
The ITIA is responsible for enforcing the sport’s zero-tolerance policy on betting-related corruption worldwide. Using Clue, the ITIA can deep search large volumes of data, including betting and social data, revealing intelligence that may otherwise stay buried.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU)
The ICC is as an international leader in the fight against corruption in sport, and collaborates closely with member boards, players, law enforcement agencies and betting regulators. The ICC’s ACU uses Clue to identify crucial links to protect the integrity of cricket. As well as anti-corruption, Clue is used to manage integrity incidents, cases, and intelligence.
Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC)
ESIC deals with integrity challenges in the rapidly growing esports industry, with particular focus on match manipulation and betting fraud. ESIC now uses Clue as a central repository for all its data, to process evidence requests and generate prosecution files.
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