2022-04-04 | Since 1 Month

Doha, 4 April 2022 - The third transnational project meeting of ERASMUS+ Sport’ BITEFIX project was held in person at Estádio (Stadium) António Coimbra da Mota, Estoril, Portugal, recently.

The partnership analysed the results produced thus far – namely the Guide of Best Practices on the Fight Against Match-Fixing –, evaluate the status of the project and discussed different topics concerning the development of the “Educational Program” and launch of the BITEFIX e-Community– “International Network of Experts on match-fixing and betting-fraud in sports”.

BITEFIX is a Collaborative Partnership project co-funded by the ERASMUS+ Sport program of the European Union. Led by the International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS) INSIGHT and the consortium, it includes seven other organisations.

Following the identification and collection of good practices at national, international, and regional level, HASK (leader of Work Package WP2) presented the 3rd version of the Guide of Good Practices on match-fixing and anti-corruption.

ICSS INSIGHT (project coordinator) presented the results of the second launch of questionnaires to the key-stakeholders.

The partners approved the version and will continue evolving, benefiting of the subsequent Intellectual Outputs (IO).

The Guide is accessible at www.bitefix.eu.

With the close stage of finalizing the WP2, ISCTE (leader of WP3) presented the Educational Program which aims to create a comprehensive e-learning platform (IO2) on exchange of information and data protection to fight match- fixing.

The eight modules are developed and the contents were approved:  an introduction of the possibilities of the BITEFIX e-Learning platform took place and all Partners contributed to the discussion in order to build the platform in the most practical and user friendly manner.

(Source: ICSS)


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