The Gambling Commission website uses cookies to make the site work better for you. Some of these cookies are essential to how the site functions and others are optional. Optional cookies help us remember your settings, measure your use of the site and personalise how we communicate with you. Any data collected is anonymised and we do not set optional cookies unless you consent.

Set cookie preferences

You've accepted all cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time.

Skip to main content

Sports Betting Intelligence Unit (SBIU)

Published:
17 May 2021
Updated:
25 May 2021

The SBIU is a unit within the Gambling Commission which deals with reports of betting-related corruption. It works closely with the betting industry, sport governing bodies, and the police to understand potential threats and help protect the integrity of sport and betting.

Evidence shows that corrupt sports betting in Great Britain has so far been limited to what appear to be isolated incidents. However, we recognise that there is no room for complacency.

We want betting customers to have confidence that bets placed with GB licensed gambling businesses are on markets that are fair and free from betting-related corruption.

Next page
What does the SBIU do?
Is this page useful?
Back to top