Sportradar has agreed a deal with the Brazilian Football Confederation

The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF), the governing body for soccer in Brazil, has announced a new partnership with Sportradar.

The integrity partnership will see the CBF deploy Sportradar’s Fraud Detection System to monitor all matches in the country’s national leagues for evidence of betting-related corruption.

Sportradar already monitors the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A and Série B, the two top tiers of club football in the country, as well as the Brazil Cup through existing agreements with international football governing bodies. The new deal will expand this arrangement to Série C and Série D, while the CBF will also be able to utilise Sportradar’s Fraud Intelligence Unit to supplement the monitoring and detection services.

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