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ULIS Selected To Protect The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 From Any Possible Fraud

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The United Lotteries for Integrity in Sports (ULIS), an orgnisation that is enforced to stop corruption within sports, has been identified as the best business to help the current FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 stay away from fraud.

The ULIS will be responsible for anlaysing the betting markets during the tournament and spotting any activity that could be deemed harmful or suspicious.

The company earned this position after FIFA’s Integrity Task Force held a meeting, a group ULIS has been involved in for many years. The meeting occurred on the 20th of July and was observed by other contributors to the FIFA Task Force.

Major international organizations such as the Council of Europe, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, INTERPOL and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime were also present.

The Women’s World Cup kick-started on July 20 and will reach it’s climax exactly a month later. The tournamwnt is historic as it is the first Women’s World Cup to be hosted by Australia and New Zealand.

The FIFA Integrity Task Force was formed to help the biggest football organisations from danger in the betting markets and maintain the integrity of match results.

Being the responsible party, ULIS will be held accountable for the integrity of the Women’s World CUp and use their experience to sniff out any potential threats.

To protect the competition from fraud,ULIS will also rely on their own Monitoring and Intelligence Group, an extension of the company that works as a fixed international lottery task force that includes ULIS members and a host of veterans from the industry.

A revolutionary move, as this will be the second time a FIFA Women’s World Cup event is being monitored by a task force, with the first coming back in 2019.

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Louis Fargher is a sports betting writer, specializing in Football news and statistics. Publishing online articles for the Burton Albion website and producing match-day content for Chesterfield Academy. The main responsibility being to write match reports while updating the social media for the Burton Albion Ladies side. Louis has also gained experience through attending press-boxes in Premier League and EFL stadiums for his University site.