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Oddin.gg, a leading B2B provider of esports odds feeds and risk management, has joined the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA).

The company provides its partners with a complete eSports betting ecosystem, ranging from esports odds feed to live betting content.

Odin.gg wants to expand in the US

Oddin.gg currently holds licenses in New Jersey, Colorado and Ontario and is seeking additional licenses in the US.

The provider joins around 50 companies and over 125 leading sports betting brands at IBIA. This further cements the association’s position as the world’s leading carrier-run integrity monitoring body.

Vlastimil Venclik, CEO of Oddin.gg, said: “Joining IBIA is a significant milestone for Oddin.gg. This not only validates our commitment to maintaining the highest standards of integrity in sports betting, but also aligns us with a globally recognized leader in betting integrity.”

Therefore, as we expand our operations in key markets like the United States, being part of IBIA’s massive monitoring network will enhance our capabilities in safeguarding the integrity of our sports betting products.

Thus, this collaboration underscores our dedication to providing a safe and fair betting environment for our partners and their customers.”

Khalid Ali, CEO of IBIA, also commented: “IBIA is excited to have Oddin.gg as a member. Oddin.gg is a leading global player in the sports betting space.

The company’s decision to join IBIA reflects its desire to utilize the best integrity protection available globally for its sports betting products.

Through our world-leading betting integrity network, we will work closely to protect the sports betting products and services offered by Oddin.gg to its sports betting partners.”

About IBIA

IBIA is a non-profit body and is managed by operators to protect the sports betting market against result manipulation. Thus, IBIA’s global monitoring network is a highly effective anti-corruption tool.

Through IBIA’s monitoring network, it is possible to track transactional activities linked to individual customer accounts.

IBIA’s recently released 2023 annual health report detailed 184 alerts reported for the year. This represents a decrease of 101 (or 35%) from the revised number of 285 alerts for 2022.

Therefore, IBIA’s warnings contributed to the successful investigations and sanctions of 21 clubs, players and officials in 2023. This represented an increase from the 15 sanctioned in 2022.