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Betting-related match-fixing has shown itself as a recurrent, complicated problem globally, transcending national boundaries, sporting areas and degrees of competition, and involving a wide range of actors, such as referees, officials, coaches and athletes. The growth of new technology, the”hyper-globalisation” of the betting marketplace, and unsuccessful regulation have been the principal drivers of the surge. The negative effect of betting-related match-fixing on the ethics of sport, in addition to betting’s connections to gambling dependency and organised crime, have fuelled arguments against the legalisation of sports betting, an ongoing matter. This session will analyze the sports gambling frameworks which exist, and also the job of regulatory and law enforcement entities to prevent match-fixing and organised crime linked to sport.
Facilitator: United Kingdom, David Harrison Al Jazeera International Claudio Marinelli, Project Manager, INTERPOL, Integrity in Sport Team Gabriela Matus Bonilla, Industrial Designer IOC Young Change-Maker, Guatemala Sylvia Schenk, Chair of Working Group Sport Germany
Karl Stoss OM Unit PMC Richard Watson The Gambling Commission
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