Esports Technologies has signed up to the Esports Integrity Commission’s (ESIC) anti-corruption code, which aims to eradicate match-fixing and corruption from all levels of professional esports.
Esports Technologies, based in Las Vegas, is one of the fastest-growing providers of esports-specific wagering platforms, data API feeds, and odds/risk management software.
It was the first dedicated esports wagering systems provider to list on the US Nasdaq in April, with the ticker ‘EBET.’
Esports Technologies is concentrating on growing its product offerings for regulated market sportsbooks wishing to increase their esports offerings.
Esports Technologies has launched development of its new “predictive gaming” modules, which will attempt to provide optimal risk management tracking the pricing of live esports events for partners, after securing its Nasdaq status.
Bart Barden, COO of Esports Technologies said: “We are committed to working closely with ESIC to safeguard the integrity of esports and esports betting.
“As esports continues to rise in popularity, our coalition will work to build fan and bettor trust in esports tournaments. When the public has trust and confidence in the esports industry, every stakeholder wins.”
ESIC’s anti-corruption charter is a collaboration between esports governing bodies, government organisations, technology and data suppliers, and event organisers to reduce the risk of match-fixing jeopardising pro-esports integrity.
Suspicious betting behaviour
Members help ESIC’s greater aim of combating cheating and betting fraud in the esports business by assisting ESIC teams in analysing suspicious betting behaviour.
Commissioner Ian Smith of ESIC said: “We are delighted to welcome Esports Technologies as an anti-corruption supporter of ESIC. Our anti-corruption supporters play an important role in our mission to deter cheating and fraudulent activity within esports betting.
“By joining ESIC, Esports Technologies has displayed its commitment to maintaining the integrity of esports.”