As noted by NSoft, the Sportradar Integrity Exchange is a network that enables bookmakers to report suspicious betting activity. It was announced earlier this year.
Members and partners of the programme can obtain data-driven insights on match-fixing, including reports on global match-fixing trends and details of all matches reported as suspicious by other operators in the Exchange programme.
“NSoft is positioned as a key platform provider enabling account-level visibility of nearly 100 bookmakers and brands,” a statement from the supplier read.
“NSoft is a significant enhancement to the Sportradar Integrity Exchange programme and the ongoing fight against betting-related manipulation in sports.”
The company added that it welcomes all activities that are aimed to preserve fairness and transparency around sports betting.
“As an active participant in the sporting landscape, we are proud to be part of the Sportradar Integrity Exchange programme,” said Robert Matijević, MD of Seven Sportsbook at NSoft. “It empowers us to take a more urgent role in the global fight against match-fixing and safeguarding sport.
“This is important for all stakeholders – sports associations, betting suppliers, operators, bettors and fans. The betting experience should celebrate sports and sports team performances and should be free from any possible external interventions to alter the result.”
Last week, Sportradar posted a 31% growth in revenue for the third quarter of 2022, which totalled €178.8m ($185m). The report also showed Sportradar’s adjusted EBITDA grew to €36.4m in Q3 2022, against €20.8m for the same period in 2021 – representing a rise of 75%.