Integrity News

Pay dispute mediation scheduled between USWNT and US Soccer

The US Women's National Team (USWNT) and the US Soccer body have agreed to mediation which will take place after the current World Cup tournament ends in France. The USWNT beat Spain 2-1 in yesterday's last-sixteen fixture, setting themselves up...

Young persons gambling clinic to open its doors in Sunderland

The NHS is set to open a new ‘National Problem Gambling Clinic’ in Sunderland later this year, which is set to be tailored towards supporting those between the ages of 13 and 25. The clinic, which is set to support younger...

FIFA takes over CAF following recent controversies

Football governing authority FIFA is due to take the reigns of football in Africa following recent revelations pertaining to major governing issues which have involved the Confederation of African Football (CAF).   The CAF governance handed over control to FIFA...

ESIC launches industry consultation to tackle betting integrity’ concerns

The Esports Integrity Coalition (ESIC) has called upon the esports industry to work together in developing a framework which will subsequently tackle growing ‘betting integrity’ concerns. The call for collaboration has occurred as a result of an ‘alarming rise’ in...

Scholes issues apology following FA fine

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes has issued an apology to the Football Association (FA) after being fined £8000 for breaking betting rules while holding the position of director of Salford City. Scholes was found to have placed 140...

NASCAR focuses on integrity with extended Sportradar partnership

Sports data, media and entertainment solutions provider Sportradar has extended its current four-year partnership with NASCAR which will see the duo focus upon integrity in the sport. The renewed multi-year alliance comes after a four-year agreement with the duo, which...