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Hit where it hurts | The financial impact of match-fixing on sports

The repercussions of match-fixing scandals for sports are seen as largely reputational. But, asks Kevin Carpenter, Special Counsel, Sports Integrity at Genius Sports, what are the commercial impacts of match-fixing and what are the latest measures rights holders can adopt to safeguard their competitions?

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