Yesterday, MotoGP revealed that this is how they will be starting the next season. Moto2, Moto3, and MotoGP seasons will be monitored by the Integrity Services that are offered by Sportradar’s as just one the many aspects of a multi-year partnership, which is focused on ensuring the integrity in this sport.
Sportsradar will also offer its FDS to the industry in order to prevent any fraudulent betting patterns from being unnoticed.
Currently, in the motorsport industry, there is a range of integrity services that are monitoring the most prominent races around the world.
Sportradar’s Fraud Detection System analyses and monitors wagering patterns and movements across the entire selection of races that MotoGP currently offers during each year-long season.
Five prevention and education workshops will be conducted by the organisation to a vast range of stakeholders and participants.
There is also an e-learning program, which will be provided for each team and rider in the MotoGP brand.
Sportradar’s Managing Director Integrity Services, Andreas Krannich stated that MotoGP their partner sought the entire suite of the company’s Integrity Services to make sure that no stone will be left unturned and that there will be absolutely no compromises. They are looking forward to working with MotoGP as well as their stakeholders for the following years. The company also wants to keep MotoGP as an example of the best possible practice in the entire world of motorsports.
The CEO of Dorna Sports, Carmelo Ezpeleta stated that the prevention of any problem is always tougher than cure. Moreover, sports betting fixing is an issue. He added that this partnership is about education, deterrence, and defences.