America East Conference partners with Sportradar to safeguard collegiate sports CDC Gaming Reports · February 3, 2021 at 2:24 pm The America East Division I collegiate athletics conference with 10 member institutions and Sportradar Integrity Services today announced a partnership to implement an integrity program aimed at educating America East student-athletes and other key stakeholders about sports betting integrity. Through this program, Sportradar is designing and developing educational material to deliver to America East student-athletes in the coming months. Sportradar’s team of integrity and college sports experts, as well as professional educators, are crafting the educational content, which will draw upon Sportradar’s 15 years of experience combating match-fixing around the world. Topics covered will include identifying and reporting integrity concerns, rules and regulations around sports betting and match-fixing, misuse of inside-information, case studies of game-fixing incidents, and more. Sportradar is also supporting America East Conference administrators with the implementation of standard operating procedures to govern the intake, review, management, and investigation of any potential integrity concerns that arise in the future. “As regulated sports betting expands across the U.S., America East recognizes the risks this can pose to student-athlete well-being and the integrity of our competitions, and we wanted to work with experts to help protect our athletes and competitions,” said Amy Huchthausen, Commissioner of the America East Conference. Sportradar’s Education & Prevention team has informed audiences from over 25 countries and 17 different sports in 13 different languages. In total, Sportradar has educated over 35,000 athletes, coaches, and officials at all levels of competition. Sportradar’s Integrity Services unit supports more than 80 of the most prominent North American and international sporting bodies, including US entities such as the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, MLS, NASCAR, United Soccer League, and other collegiate sports organizations.