Match-fixing corruption threat hits Australian online games

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Match-fixing corruption threat hits Australian online games

Police reveal they had charged five men.

Australia's newly appointed sports integrity boss has said he will work with the nation's esports industry in the fight against betting-related corruption after police revealed they had charged five men for match-fixing in online gaming. Detectives from the Sporting Integrity Intelligence Unit ...

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