Sportradar Launch I&I And Offers Services To US

A multinational team that works within the Integrity Services division of Sportradar, Sportradar’s Intelligence & Investigation Services (I&I), today unveiled a robust range of products and services for US customers, including its best-in  class due diligence services.

The I&I of the organisation offers due diligence assistance to a range of clients and circumstances, including sports leagues and corporate sponsor background checks, as well as pre-draft, pre-trade, or key staff acquisition intelligence.

Private investors in sports technology properties are given resources to help them better understand the owners and management teams they invest in. In addition, university athletic departments are aided in protecting their rights, trademarks, and reputations, and those of associated employees, including their student athletes and sponsors.

Help is often provided to athletes and agents by recognising possible sources of reputational harm.

Sportradar’s I&I will continue to assist US partners in discovering insightful information on individuals and entities in a timely, confidential and comprehensive way through a combination of unique data, in-house proprietary resources, and decades of global intelligence collection and investigation experience. Some examples of this knowledge include conflicts of interest, criminal connections centred on fraud and major vulnerabilities of the company.

The Director of Business Development Intelligence & Investigation Services, Donald Dotson, noted: “Sportradar’s I&I team delivers cutting-edge products and services that have the ability to reveal potential risks to sports properties, their personnel, and adjacent private businesses.

“After many years of success with some of the biggest names in sports – including UEFA and the IOC – we are maximizing our global experience to offer our full suite of sophisticated I&I products and services to our US partners. Doing this will arm our US partners with a competitive advantage when making the most consequential decisions.”