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Volume: 11 Issue: 2
(February 2013)

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Comment: Licensed operators are not to blame for match-fixing

Europol’s recent report into match-fixing across Europe came as the UK government considers proposals to further regulate licensed gambling operators. In this speech given to an audience of operators, regulators and sporting bodies at the ICE gambling industry conference in London, European Sports Security Association Chairman, Mike O’Kane, calls on sport to get its house in order and outlines why gambling operators should resist attempts to put the blame for match-fixing at their door.

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