Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has taken part in an agreement of data sharing with the Football Association of Slovakia. Football Association is working as the sport’s regulatory authority here and the information will be shared between the two parties which will facilitate the growth of the online betting. Using this agreement, the integrity of the football team of Slovakia will be maintained and the compliance with the sports betting will be dealt with the necessary laws.
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It will also join the data-sharing agreement with the partners who are executing their business in the international market. Antonia Zerafa, the sports manager of MGA and dealing with the integrity management has assured this with the correspondent. According to him, they are very proud of the placement of such agreements. They will work as the contributor to prevent the match-fixing worldwide and try to conduct the investigation over the globe. He believes they are now ready to provide the strong service and assistance that Slovakia Football Association needs.
The integrity officer of Slovakia’s Football Association, Jakub Cavoj, has agreed with this and hope that the agreement will be greatly beneficial for both parties. It will work for the common goal to protect the integrity among the competitors in the sports industry. He also added that most of the betting companies in Slovakia have taken the licenses from MGA and sharing the data will help the Slovak police to conduct their investigation about the gambling operators. Information sharing will work as the major key against the match-fixing and they believe this deeply.
Data from the Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit has been published recently Which shows the exact number of the suspicious transactions that are collected from the gambling operators conducting their businesses remotely. Suspicious Betting Reporting Mechanism (SBRM) has been also launched by MGA to make the regulatory team more strong.