Indian Super League recruits Sportradar integrity programme

The Indian Super League (ISL) has extended its integrity agreement with sports data supplier Sportradar.

As part of the deal, the division and its operators, the Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL), will continue to utilise Sportradar Integrity Services to safeguard matches.

The two have been linked since September 2016 when the ISL first struck a deal with the agency.

“Hero ISL renewing its partnership with us only shows how committed they are towards maintaining integrity in the game and proactive towards the growth of football in the subcontinent,” said Managing Director of Sportradar Integrity Services, Andreas Krannich.

“As a global leader in sporting integrity, we want to continue to provide our expertise and help protect the tournament against all integrity-related issues.”

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) enlisted Sportradar’s services in September to monitor Indian Premier League cricket games. It has also partnered with the Asian Football Confederation.

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