Ultimate Tournament joins ESIC as Anti-Corruption Supporter
Esports betting operator Ultimate Tournament eSportsbook™ is the newest addition to ESIC’s dedicated list of Anti-Corruption Supporters. In this capacity, Ultimate Tournament will assist ESIC in investigating suspicious betting activity across their betting platform, endorsing ESIC’s greater effort against match-fixing and betting fraud within the esports betting industry.
Anti-Corruption Supporters like Ultimate Tournament work with ESIC by providing information needed for initiating and conducting investigations on match-fixing and betting fraud.
About Ultimate Tournament
Ultimate Tournament is an esports betting platform that enables commercial gambling operators to offer esports betting to their customers. Ultimate Tournament also provides advanced odds data covering more than 3,000 matches sourced from 40,000 markets and 100,000 selections per month. This gives users greater insight into the teams and players they are wagering on, and enables them to place bets with confidence.
Ian Smith, ESIC Commissioner commented:
“We are happy to welcome Ultimate Tournament as an Anti-Corruption Supporter of ESIC. Our anti-corruption supporters play an important role in our mission to deter cheating and fraudulent activity within betting. By joining ESIC, Ultimate Tournament has displayed its commitment to playing its part in maintaining the integrity of esports. We look forward to working with Ultimate Tournament to investigate suspicious betting activity, and curb cheating and betting fraud within esports.”
Alex Pickett, Co-founder, and CEO of Ultimate Tournament said:
“Esports is undeniably a rapidly growing industry and, as a US-based gaming operator, match integrity and customer protection are of the highest concern for us. In order for esports to grow, and for users to have the safe experience they deserve, we believe it is imperative to work together as an industry to set a standard for fair play, and to enforce those standards universally. We are very happy to have the opportunity to work with ESIC and join the fight against match fraud and help push esports to the next level!”
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