West Asian Football Federation signs partnership with Sportradar

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West Asian Football Federation signs partnership with Sportradar

The West Asian Football Federation (WAFF) has formalized a partnership with Sportradar to conduct a series of educational workshops in order to defend and protect the integrity of regional competitions.

The Sportradar Integrity Service Education and Prevention team will offer ample material to help raise awareness among everyone involved in tournaments promoted by the Asian entity. This content will include the main themes related to sports betting at a global level, such as result manipulation and integrity in social media.

“The West Asian Football Federation is committed to combating match-fixing and, with this agreement, we are demonstrating the importance we attach to the protection of football in West Asia,” said Khalil Al Salem, secretary general of WAFF.

He added: “We are excited to collaborate and work together with Sportradar to raise awareness, publicize and protect the integrity of our football”.

Andreas Krannich, the director of Integrity Services at Sportradar, also commented on the sealed deal with the Asian sports organization. “We are honored to start this relationship with WAFF, which is taking crucial steps in the fight to prevent integrity problems.”

Krannich also pointed out: “We hope that this relationship will bring good results and that we can work together in a collaborative way to protect the integrity of football in the region. And, we want to help WAFF become a model for other federations in Asia and around the world ”.


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In addition, the group always seeks to provide a quality, reliable and innovative service to all its partners. Today, Sportradar collaborates with 1,000 organizations in more than 80 countries.