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Sportradar to monitor growing betting interest in skiing and snowboarding

Dawid Kubacki of Poland during Individual HS142 at FIS World Cup Ski Jumping Men Titisee-Neustadt on December 11, 2022 (by Vianney Thibaut/NordicFocus/Getty)

The Sportradar Integrity Services division of sports technology company Sportradar has entered into a multi-year agreement with the International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS).

Sportradar Integrity Services will provide comprehensive risk analysis for FIS competitions. It claims that more than €40m ($42.2m) is bet on major FIS events per season, with the competitions with the highest levels of betting interest in the global market being the Alpine Ski World Cup, Cross-Country World Cup and Ski Jumping World Cup.

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