Sportsflare is the latest company to join ESIC in its fight against betting fraud and corruption in esports, joining over 40 Anti-Corruption Supporters around the world. Being an Anti-Corruption Supporter, Sportsflare will assist ESIC in investigating suspicious betting activity across their betting platform, endorsing ESIC’s greater effort against match-fixing and betting fraud within esports.
Sportsflare is the betting division of Tiidal Gaming Group (CSE: TIDL), an esports platform company operating across betting, content, competition, and media. Sportsflare works with sportsbooks and igaming-related businesses on products that are innovative and enticing for the end customer. They offer a wide range of products ranging from; an esports odds feed, Betbuilder, widgets, and insights, to Bet-on-Yourself infrastructure.
For more information about Sportsflare, please visit https://sportsflare.io/.
Commenting on Sportsflare’s membership, Ian Smith, ESIC Commissioner said:
“We are excited to have Sportsflare join ESIC as an Anti-Corruption Supporter. Sportsflare is dedicated to playing its part in maintaining the integrity of esports. Anti-Corruption Supporters like Sportsflare greatly assist ESIC in investigating suspicious betting activity, assisting us in ESIC’s greater fight against cheating and corruption across esports.”
Kenny Jang, Founder and CPO at Sportsflare commented:
“We are thrilled to become a member of ESIC and are looking forward to our long-term involvement. Cheating, corruption, and fraudulent behaviour have no place in esports betting, and our membership shows our commitment in upholding and protecting the integrity of the esports betting industry. “
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