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IPL takes digital and data route to curb betting and match fixing

IPL takes digital and data route to curb betting and match fixing

The Indian Premier League (IPL), the world’s most popular T20 competition, kicks off in the United Arab Emirates on September 19. And the league that has had problems with illegal betting and match fixing this time around is taking the technological route, data and digital methods to be precise, to keep the matches clean.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), which owns and operates the IPL, has partnered with Sportradar AG, a company that provides sports integrity solutions and sports data products.



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