Mozzart joins International Betting Integrity Association

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Gambling operator Mozzart has joined the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA). Based in Serbia, the company was founded in 2001 and is a leading retail and online operator.

Mozzart’s Serbian business will now feed into IBIA’s global integrity monitoring network.The operator joins around 50 companies and over 125 leading sports betting brands in IBIA and further cements the association’s position as the world’s leading operator-run integrity monitoring body.

“We are honoured to become part of a renowned global organization like IBIA and we are sure that our partnership will give rise to many constructive projects in the field of protecting the integrity of the sports betting industry. As a leader in the organization of games of chance in Southeastern Europe, we will always strive to respect the highest business standards, strengthen the regulated market and create a safe and reliable environment for our users,” said Slobodan Prodanović, CEO of Mozzart.

Khalid Ali, CEO of IBIA, said: “I am delighted that Mozzart’s Serbian business has decided to join IBIA and to work collaboratively with our growing global roster of operators committed to protecting consumers, betting markets and sporting events from betting corruption. Mozzart’s scope of operation and market penetration will be of significant benefit for IBIA’s leading global betting integrity monitoring network. IBIA welcomes Mozzart’s commitment to sports betting integrity and looks forward to working with it.”

IBIA is a not-for-profit body that has no competing conflicts with the delivery of commercial services to other sectors and is run by operators for operators to protect regulated sports betting markets from match-fixing. IBIA’s global monitoring network is a highly effective anti-corruption tool, detecting and reporting suspicious activity in regulated betting markets. Through the IBIA monitoring network, it is possible to track transactional activities linked to individual customer accounts.

All IBIA members are required to pass a strict due diligence process and commit to its code of conduct. The association recently released its Q3 integrity report detailing 50 alerts reported in the quarter. IBIA reported 268 alerts to the authorities in 2022,with successful sporting or criminal sanctions against 15 teams, officials or players where IBIA had reported suspicious activity on their matches.