Mozzart Joins IBIA for Global Betting Integrity Monitoring
Serbian gambling operator Mozzart has become a member of the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA). Mozzart, established in 2001, is a prominent retail and online operator. By joining IBIA, Mozzart will contribute to the organization’s global integrity monitoring network. IBIA is comprised of approximately 50 companies and over 125 leading sports betting brands, solidifying its position as the top operator-run integrity monitoring body worldwide.
According to Slobodan Prodanović, CEO of Mozzart, the company is honored to join IBIA and looks forward to collaborating on projects that protect the integrity of the sports betting industry. Mozzart, as a leader in games of chance in Southeastern Europe, is committed to upholding the highest business standards, strengthening the regulated market, and creating a secure and reliable environment for its users.
Khalid Ali, CEO of IBIA, expressed his delight in having Mozzart’s Serbian business on board and working together with the association’s expanding roster of operators dedicated to safeguarding consumers, betting markets, and sporting events from corruption. Mozzart’s extensive operations and market reach will greatly benefit IBIA’s global betting integrity monitoring network. IBIA appreciates Mozzart’s commitment to sports betting integrity and looks forward to their collaboration.
IBIA is a not-for-profit organization that prioritizes the protection of regulated sports betting markets from match-fixing. It is run by operators for operators and has no conflicting interests in delivering commercial services to other sectors. IBIA’s global monitoring network is an effective tool in detecting and reporting suspicious activity in regulated betting markets. The network allows for the tracking of transactional activities associated with individual customer accounts.
All IBIA members must undergo a rigorous due diligence process and adhere to the association’s code of conduct. The association recently published its Q3 integrity report, which highlighted 50 alerts reported during the quarter. In 2022, IBIA reported 268 alerts to authorities and achieved successful sporting or criminal sanctions against 15 teams, officials, or players based on suspicious activity identified in their matches.
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