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IBIA reports 56 suspicious betting alerts in Q1 2024

IBIA reports 56 suspicious betting alerts in Q1 2024

In the first quarter of 2024, the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA) released a report detailing 56 cases of suspicious betting alerts, an increase of 12% compared to the same period in 2023. The alerts were spread across six sports, with football leading the way with 24 warnings, followed by tennis with 14 and basketball with 9. E-sports had six warnings, table tennis two and cricket one.

Geographically, the alerts were distributed as follows: 23 came from Asia, with North America and South America each accounting for 10 alerts. Europe had 4 and Africa 3, all linked to the soccer, including two in Algeria and one in Ghana.

Among all countries in the world, Turkey received the most warnings, with 8.

Published April 29, 2024 by GamblingTalk
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