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Match-fixing and sports betting integrity

Where appropriate, we'll share specific intelligence or information with other partners. For example, betting operators, sports governing bodies (SGBs), overseas regulators and others, both nationally and internationally.

In some cases this information may then be used by these bodies in their investigations. For example, a sports governing body investigating a breach of its sports rules.

If you suspect illegal or suspicious activity concerning sports betting or events, you can report this to us, using our confidential reporting service.

We may also conduct our own investigation or support law enforcement investigations in cases where criminality is suspected.

The SBIU (Sports Betting Intelligence Unit) provide advice to SGBs who are developing their betting integrity strategies. We also collaborate on a national level as part of the Sports Betting Integrity Forum (opens in a new tab).

The Forum brings together representatives from across sport, law enforcement, regulators and betting businesses who work together to implement the Sports and Sports Betting Integrity Action Plan.

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