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Cyber.Bet just announced that they join ESIC – The Esports Integrity Commission to join forces in the fight against match-fixing and corruption within the esports betting market. This support means that Cyber.Bet will work together with ESIC to provide information needed for initiating and conducting investigations on match fixing and frauds.
The Esports Integrity Commission is a not for profit members’ association established in 2015 by key esports stakeholders to deal with issues of common interest – in particular the threat that match manipulation and betting fraud and other integrity challenges pose to esports.
“We are a not-for-profit members’ association and we can help you, whether you’re a tournament organiser, game developer, esports league or betting operator offering esports.” – ESIC
ESIC welcomes esports-dedicated bookmakers such as Cyber.bet to supporter anti-corruption, to join the battle against any kind of match-fixing and corruption within the esports betting market. The esports betting market really need to join forces against this growing trend of matchfixing and corruption within the sport. Cyber.Bet will therefor work with ESIC by providing essential information needed for initiating and conducting investigations on match fixing and betting fraud.
ESIC is supported by 8 of the biggest esports tournament operators, such as Dreamhack and ESL. They are also supported by a huge amount of betting operators and big brands within gaming and esports, such as Intel. United Kingdom, Isle of Man, Malta and several US governments have also joined the cause together with ESIC.
Anyone can support ESIC in their work against fraud, simply by just reporting suspicious behaviour and actions within the esports events.