The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has signed an information sharing settlement with the Swedish Soccer Affiliation (Svenska Fotbollförbundet).
The deal is the newest in a collection of different high-profile agreements which have been signed by the MGA over the previous few months, together with the Malta Soccer Affiliation, the Tennis Integrity Unit, the Worldwide Cricket Council, and the Worldwide Olympic Committee.
The regulator mentioned that the struggle in opposition to match-fixing and the manipulation of sports activities relied on cooperation and the efficient change of data.
“The info sharing settlement between the MGA and the SvFF permits for the connection between the 2 entities to not be restricted to discussions of finest practices solely, however to additionally enable for the switch of information in relation to investigations of manipulation in sports activities competitions,” mentioned MGA sports activities integrity supervisor Antonio Zerafa.
“Undoubtedly, this additional strengthens the MGA’s dedication to helping sports activities governing our bodies of their struggle in opposition to match-fixing.”