Sports integrity has never before been such a strategic priority for rights holders and governing bodies. Our integrity unit provides support and protection to help safeguard against a range of threats.
Stats Perform’s role is to work with rights holders, betting operators and sports integrity stakeholders discreetly and collaboratively to protect their sports against sources of corruption.
We’ve developed a unique approach to managing match-fixing risk that includes betting market monitoring, global intelligence gathering, and performance analysis as a combined service.
We believe this holistic approach is the most balanced and effective way of tackling the integrity issues that confront all levels of sport.
Stats Perform Integrity has pioneered a unique integrity strategy that incorporates a multi-disciplinary approach to managing the risks around betting fraud and match manipulation.
Education and training services tailored to participants across youth, senior players, match officials and sport administrators.
Player, team and match official performance assessments driven by deep data and professional video analysis.
Monitoring global bookmaker pricing and activity to identify and analyse potential event integrity violations.
Unrivalled intelligence collection and analysis enabling identification and mitigation of integrity related risks
Risk Management, Compliance and Investigations Services through our industry-leading partnership with Control Risks.
It is a metric at the heart of football’s fiercest culture war, pitting traditionalists against stat-savvy data experts. But expected goals (xG) – along with other analytics such as passes allowed per defensive action – has become a vital new weapon in the fight against match-fixing, the Guardian can reveal. The Guardian has learned that there are more than 30 cases in over half a dozen countries where football analytics is being used in the package of supporting evidence – alongside suspicious betting patterns and intelligence – to bring those involved to justice.