Real Fixed Matches
We are only selling on the Internet 3 to 5 matches of the more 10 (on average) matches we receive a month. We cannot sell all the matches that we know about to protect the confidentiality of the players, because we usually receive 1-2 matches with fixed outcome from the same team, and if we sell all such matches, the amount of bets on a given outcome with the given team will be large enough to raise doubts, which eventually can result in legal proceedings for all the parties involved in the arrangement of a fixed match.
What Are Fixed Matches ?
If you’re here because you want to get into sports betting, then you’re probably curious as to what it is.
Like the name suggest it’s betting on sports, simple enough right?
But, it goes into a bit more detail than that while this can be overwhelming it becomes much easier with practice and due time within the actual betting.
Moving on we’ll begin to example what it means to fix a match. Fixing a match means that while the match is being played, it’s completely or partially a predetermined result. Meaning the outcome is leaked and the people are placing certain bets because they know that they will be winning with this certain outcome.
This does indeed violate the rules of any legal betting game, and often it violates the law as well.
Most people will only participate simply because of the payoff and outcome to the gamblers, giving their payouts a large sum.
European anti-crime agency Europol has uncovered an alleged organized crime syndicate located in Asia. The agency said it had found around 680 suspicious matches in 30 countries including qualifying games for the World Cup and European Championships, as well as the European Champions League. Europol said 380 suspicious matches took place in Europe while the 300 other games were in Africa, Asia, Central and South America.
Reuters reported “that a German investigator described a network based in Singapore involving couriers ferrying bribes around the world, paying off players and referees in the fixing, which involved about 425 corrupt officials, players and serious criminals in 15 countries.”
Singapore police said last month that they were helping Italian authorities investigate alleged soccer match fixing involving a Singaporean individual, but said he had not been arrested or charged with any offense there.
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What BBC write for Europol Fixed Matches:
The European Union police agency has found evidence of match-fixing of some top international football games.
Europol head Rob Wainwright said it had carried out the biggest-ever investigation into match-fixing in Europe and described the findings as a “big problem for the integrity of European football”.
Attempts to fix around 380 professional matches were identified, involving up to 425 match and club officials, players and criminals from more than 15 countries.
These included qualification matches for the World Cup and the European championships, plus two Uefa Champions League matches, one played in England.
Europol said the match-fixing generated £6.9m of betting profits in Germany alone – and there were corrupt payments of at least £1.73m to those involved.