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Key industry players partner for women’s sports research

A group of leading industry groups and businesses have joined forces to carry out long-term research exploring the growth in women’s sports.

Entain, Stats Perform, the International Betting Integrity Association and the All-In Diversity Project will work in collaboration with the German Sports University of Cologne to conduct the research.

The initiative will focus on the links between the popularity of women’s sports, betting on women’s sports and rising numbers of female sports bettors.

The group will work to publish its findings ahead of football’s Fifa Women’s World Cup 2023, which will take place in Australia and New Zealand.

Confirmation of the new research project comes as the 2022 Uefa European Women’s Football Championship is taking place in England.

The tournament is currently at the quarter-final stage, with England, Spain, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Belgium, France and the Netherlands having progressed from the group stage.

The final will take place on 31 July at Londo..

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IBIA reports 88 suspicious betting alerts in Q2

The International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA) reported 88 suspicious betting alerts in the second quarter, with football the sport of most concern.

Football was responsible for 32 alerts during Q2, ahead of tennis with 27, horse racing on 12 and eight for table tennis. A further four alerts were related to esports, three for basketball and one each for handball and greyhound racing.

The total number of suspicious betting alerts was up significantly from 38 in Q2 of last year.

In terms of location, events in Europe generated the highest number of alerts with a total of 46, with 18 of these for football and 12 for tennis.

The highest number of alerts were registered in Poland, with six alerts being reported in the quarter, all of which were related to table tennis. Denmark placed second with five alerts, all for tennis.

Elsewhere, 18 alerts were raised in Asia, all of which were related to suspicious betting on football. Mongolia topped the list here with four alerts, ahead..

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