ESSA – EUROPEAN SPORTS SECURITY ASSOCIATION
DOCUMENTOS OFICIAISESSA INTEGRITY REPORT 2014 ESSA’s Remit ESSA’s Integrity Figures for 2013 The Success of ESSA Key Recommendations 1. Partnership Approach 2. Player Education 3. Targeting Organised Crime 4. Better Sports Governance 5. Risk Assessment The Way Forward Documento disponível para consulta
ESSA INTEGRITY REPORT 2013 ESSA’S Remit ESSA’S integrity Figures for 2012 ESSA alerts by sport 2012 The Success of ESSA The Facts About Match-Fixing The ‘High Risk’ Bets Myth The online Betting Myth The Way Forward Contact Information Documento disponível para consulta
DUTCH REMOTE GAMBLING BILL CONSULTATION Introduction Background ESSA integrity activity: protecting consumers, sports and the licensed betting markets The realities of match-fixing The myths about ‘live’ and online betting Conclusion Documento disponível para consulta
CULTURE, MEDIA AND SPORT COMMITTEE PRE-LEGISLATIVE SCRUTINY OF THE DRAFT GAMBLING (LICENSING AND ADVERTISING) BILL Executive Summary Introduction Scrutiny of the Bill’s proposals relating to sports betting integrity Conclusion Documento disponível para consulta
RESPONSE TO THE CONSULTATION ON THE GREEN PAPER ON ONLINE GAMBLING (2) Are you aware of any available data or studies relating to the nature and size of the black market for on-line gambling services? (Unlicensed operators) (13) Are players’ accounts a necessary requirement for enforcement and player protection reasons? (14) What are the existing national rules and practices relating to customer verification, their application to on-line gambling services and their consistency with data protection rules? How do you assess them? Are there specific problems associated with customer verification in a cross-border context? (27) Are you aware of studies and/or statistical data relating to fraud and on-line gambling?… Documento disponível para consulta
ESSA INTEGRITY REPORT 2012 What is ESSA? How does ESSA work? Eight suspicious alerts in 2011 Irregular and suspicious betting patterns Other threats to sports integrity The way forward Documento disponível para consulta
IN-PLAY BETTING AND SPORT INTEGRITY POSITION PAPER In-play betting today In-play betting and integrity The impact of in-play betting on sport Sensible and effective regulation Documento disponível para consulta
CODE OF CONDUCT ON SPORTS BETTING FOR ATHLETES Introduction Guiding Principles Know the rules Never bet on yourself or the opponent Play safe – don’t bet on your own sport at all Be careful about handling sensitive information Fixing a competition: an absolute No-No General Advice Family and friends Detection Responsible betting If in doubt – tell someone Documento disponível para consulta
12 MYTHS ABOUT SPORTS BETTING MYTH: For bookmakers the integrity of sports comes second to making a profite. MYTH: Bookmakers fix matches to achieve their desired outcome. MYTH: Bookmakers do nothing to uphold the integrity of sport. MYTH: Betting on sporting events is open to corruption. MYTH: Bookmakers represent an easy route to launder money. MYTH: State betting monopolies represent the best way to protect the inegrity of sport. MYTH: Bookmakers controls are ineffective in preventing fraud.
MYTH: Fixed-odds betting is more dangerous than pool betting. MYTH: Customers can place any amount of money on a sporting event. MYTH: Side bets are bad for sports integrity. MYTH: Sponsoring of clubs by bookmakers equates to a conflict of interest. MYTH: The advent of live betting is a majot contributor to current levels of fraud. Documento disponível para consulta
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