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