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GLMS MONITORING AND INTELLIGENCE 2021 Q1 REPOR

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GLMS is pleased to share our  2021 Q1 Monitoring & Intelligence Report, in which you will find key facts and figures from GLMS' monitoring and intelligence work over the first 3 months of 2021, in the service of its members and for sport. We have also explained some trends and how we generate green alerts.

 

The report also includes our main highlights in sport integrity at the start of the year, amid COVID-19, namely project activities with the Macolin Convention, as well as the launch of our latest partner project, Integrisport Next, and education webinars organized by our collective founding members, European Lotteries and the World Lottery Association. We also share some highlights from our members and showcase our supplier associate members - Intralot, Scientific Games Digital, IGT and Sporting Solutions,  who also answered the question of the quarter: As we end the first quarter of 2021 recognizing one year of this historic pandemic, what measures have you taken to bounce back in your work with lotteries and what have you experienced with these measures?

 

Find the link to the report below, as well as a snapshot to some of the figures - Happy reading!

 

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Read the full report <https://glms-sport.us17.list-manage.com/track/click?u=d3dd17a9afdcf674100aa8954&id=41c0de706a&e=0ecbf43990>

 

Below please find a snapshot of the facts and figures! More inside the report!

 

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In Q1 2021 (January-March 2021), GLMS alerted 23 matches to its partners, following exchanges with members and indepth manual analysis.

 

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The results of the matches that generated both pre-match/in-play red alerts were in line with the suspicious odds movements, suggesting that the matches could have been manipulated, at least in part, for betting purposes. Most alerts were green, signifying that there was a reasonable justification for the odds change, further explained in the report. Requests for information provided by our members and partners supplementing our alerts are classified as 'Others'.

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