Tipico extends partnership with ProhiBet

December 13, 2023
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This is an extension of their ongoing partnership that will integrate ProhiBet services into the Tipico platform.

Tipico Sportsbook has announced an extension to its partnership with ProhiBet, the provider of encrypted data transfer solutions for the sports betting industry, with a focus on regulatory compliance and data security. 

ProhiBet’s service will be integrated into the Tipico platform and aim to help prevent student-athletes, coaches and staff from taking part in prohibited sports wagering on Tipico in the US. 

The technology used by ProhiBet includes cross-monitoring and a notification platform, which aims to provide security and transparency for sports properties and operators across the country. 

Tipico Sportsbook CEO Adrian Vella said: "At Tipico, we place profound importance on the integrity of the sports betting experience, and we are excited to continue working with US Integrity to ensure that our online experience is fully secure and compliant. 

"The addition of ProhiBet will further augment and reinforce Tipico’s commitment to wagering integrity as we exercise careful diligence amid the rapid growth of sports betting in the US.”   

Managing Director of ProhiBet, Matt Heap, added: “We are thrilled to partner with Tipico – the combination of ProhiBet's state-of-the-art encrypted data transfer system and Tipico dedication to upholding the integrity of sports will undoubtedly enhance the transparency and trustworthiness of current and future prohibited bettors.” 

Yesterday, NeoGames’ Pariplay subsidiary signed an agreement with Tipico US to offer its Fusion content and Wizard Games portfolio to New Jersey players. 


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