GLMS files 287 suspicious betting alerts in Q2

The Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS) sent out 287 suspicious betting alerts and notifications to members during the second quarter of 2022, the majority of which were related to football.

Some 226 of the alerts raised during the three months to 30 June, were created before a match started, while 44 alerts were triggered after the end of events and 17 during play.

The GLMS said 185 alerts were ‘green notifications’, which refers to an alert based on suspicious odds movements that later could be explained away.

A further 82 were mid-level amber alerts and 14 code red, which relate to the most serious alerts such as specific allegations of match-fixing. The remaining 33 alerts were classed in the ‘others’ category and included requests for information from members and partners.

Football was by far the sport of most concern during Q2, accounting for 252 of all alerts, some way ahead of esports on 14 alerts, 13 for basketball, four for ice hockey, tennis with two and one each for..

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