Serbia-based gaming operator Mozzart has announced its membership of the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA). Founded in 2001, Mozzart is a leader in the betting sector, both in physical stores and online.
Now, the company’s Serbian operation will join IBIA’s global integrity monitoring network.
With this, Mozzart joins around 50 companies and more than 125 leading sports betting brands that partner with IBIA, reinforcing the association’s position as the leading operator-operated integrity monitoring entity in the world.
Commitment to integrity and regulated market
Slobodan Prodanović, CEO of Mozzart, stated “It is an honor to be part of a renowned global organization like IBIA. We are confident that our partnership will result in constructive projects to protect the integrity of the sports betting industry.
As a leading gaming organization in Southeast Europe, we are committed to respecting the highest business standards, strengthening the regulated market and creating a safe and trustworthy environment for our users.”
Khalid Ali, CEO of IBIA, also said: “I am delighted with the decision of Mozzart, its Serbian operation, to join IBIA. Working collaboratively with our growing global list of operators committed to protecting consumers, betting markets and sporting events against betting corruption is critical.
Mozzart’s operational reach and market penetration will be extremely beneficial to our betting integrity monitoring network. IBIA welcomes Mozzart’s commitment to integrity in sports betting and looks forward to the collaboration.”
IBIA: An effective tool against corruption
IBIA is a non-profit entity, with no conflicts of interest in delivering commercial services to other sectors. Operators manage the IBIA, aiming to protect regulated sports betting markets against match-fixing.
The company’s global monitoring network is a highly effective anti-corruption tool, detecting and reporting suspicious activity in regulated betting markets. Through the IBIA network, it is possible to track transactional activities linked to individual customer accounts.
All IBIA members must undergo a rigorous due diligence process and commit to its code of conduct. Recently, the association released its third quarter health report, detailing 50 alerts reported in the period.
In 2022, the company reported 268 alerts to authorities, resulting in successful sporting or criminal sanctions against 15 teams, officials or players involved in suspicious activity at their matches.