Tag Archives: International Centre for Sport Security
- Entire Canadian Soccer League “directly or indirectly corrupted” by fixers
October 15, 2015
Global football body FIFA has banned a South African official for his role in match-fixing shenanigans during friendly matches leading up to the 2010 World Cup. On Wednesday, FIFA banned Lindile Kika from all football activity for six years. A FIFA investigation found the former head of national teams for...
- United Nations says online gambling to blame for increase in match-fixing
April 16, 2015
New York bookie Joseph Ruff has been sentenced to 41 months in prison for his illegal sports betting activity. The 32-year-old Ruff, who was arrested by federal authorities last June, pled guilty in December to charges of illegal gambling, money laundering conspiracy and extortion. The credit betting ring took wagers...
- ICSS, COP announce sports betting code of conduct in Portugal
August 20, 2014
The International Centre for Sport Security and the Olympic Committee of Portugal have announced a new code of conduct on sports betting integrity that will be introduced in Portugal and other Portuguese-speaking countries. The new guidelines, the CSS-COP Standard CoC, will come into play in an effort to recognize and...
Law panel leans towards regulating gambling in India
March 20, 2017
Nevada legalizes Parimutuel Betting on eSports
October 17, 2017