Stats Perform, the sports tech leader in data and AI technology, has renewed its accreditation of the International Betting Integrity Association’s (IBIA) Data Standards, following an independent audit by eCOGRA.
In early 2021, Stats Perform was the first sports data business to be awarded the accreditation. The renewal highlights Stats Perform’s unwavering commitment to the integrity and quality of its data, which is used by leading betting operators around the world and helps ensure the accuracy and veracity of sports competitions and the betting markets that cover them.
Stats Perform’s dedication to being the leading supplier of both high-integrity and high-quality sports data is recognised by its clients. Being able to display the standards badge over the past 12 months and now into a second year means Stats Perform’s customers have independent assurance and further sets the business apart in what is becoming a more crowded marketplace.
“Having been a consistent advocate for the highest standards of integrity and quality in sports data, Stats Perform was proud to become the first company to champion and receive the accreditation. To successfully renew the accreditation is testament to the ongoing quality and integrity efforts of our sports data operations teams. Stats Perform’s Betting and Opta sports data is chosen by the world’s leading rights holders, sportsbooks and pricing providers to power exceptional in-play betting experiences for millions of global sports bettors,” Andrew Ashenden, Chief Betting Officer at Stats Perform, said.
“Stats Perform’s successful renewal of the Data Standards accreditation demonstrates the importance of the requirements, and the value betting data providers see in them. This is reflected in the outlook of the IBIA’s membership, which views the Data Standards protocols as an essential initiative and one which has a positive impact on the sports betting environment,” Khalid Ali, CEO at IBIA, said.
“Stats Perform has consistently been dedicated to having a positive influence and impact on the sport integrity ecosystem and its support of the Data Standards accreditation is a key component. In addition to raising standards around data supply, we are proud to be working closely with the IBIA and its members on complimentary projects in intelligence and risk assessment to deepen our commitment to the betting industry and the protection of sport,” Jake Marsh, Global Head of Integrity at Stats Perform, said.