Match-fixing: 160 suspicious matches in Asia in 2020 as Covid-19 allows criminals to target vulnerable leagues, Sportradar says

//Match-fixing: 160 suspicious matches in Asia in 2020 as Covid-19 allows criminals to target vulnerable leagues, Sportradar says

Match-fixing: 160 suspicious matches in Asia in 2020 as Covid-19 allows criminals to target vulnerable leagues, Sportradar says

The Covid-19 pandemic is allowing criminals to increasingly target less popular leagues and cross new frontiers to manipulate results for betting, with around 160 suspicious matches in Asia over the past year, according to global sports technology firm Sportradar.While the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus means that, overall, match-fixing is down on a global scale, it has not stopped criminals from trying to exploit vulnerable people and sports who are struggling to survive. And it’s…

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