Tighter regulation seen for Asia as match-fixing alerts increase

Sports betting integrity leader ESSA is working towards broadening its reach in Asia, as the latest statistics from the group reinforce the region's growing reputation as a match-fixing hotspot. ESSA Secretary General Khalid Ali in a recent interview with AGB said he sees greater regulation in the region as ultimately being inevitable in the fight to stamp out corruption in sports, although it may be a slow process . . . This content is restricted to subscribers

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