Addressing the risks of match-fixing and the threats to sports betting integrity

The Forum was established in 2012 to counter the risk of match-fixing and threats to the integrity of sports betting in Great Britain.

As part of Britain's National Platform it brings together a variety of stakeholders such as sports governing bodies, betting operators, sport and betting trade associations, player federations, law enforcement and gambling regulation.

The Forum meet meets on a quarterly basis as well as organising an annual workshop for stakeholders.

Widely seen as a model of best practice the Forum aims to coordinate efforts in developing Britain's Action Plan for keeping sport and sports betting, free from corruption. The co-chair positions are filled by a representative of sport and the betting industry on a two year term.

The current chairs are Simon Taylor of the Professional Players Federation and Lee Calverley of Entain.

Britain's National Platform

The Forum is part of Britain's Action Plan to address the risks of match-fixing and the threats to sports betting integrity. You can see a full summary of who does what.

Report suspicious activity

You can report any concerns about match fixing or betting integrity directly to the SBIU at the Gambling Commission.

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