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20 October 2021
First workshop module in the Austrian Volley Leagues
With a new training module especially designed for volleyball, the Play Fair Code visited all 20 clubs of the Austrian Volley Leagues (AVL) women and men for the very first time.
The top flight of the Austrian Volleyball Federation’s referees was also trained for the first time as part of their central referee annual conference.
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16 September 2021
International Symposium - Sporting-Related Match-Fixing
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9 August 2021
Training module #4 for the Admiral Bundesliga
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14 June 2021
Erasmus+ AMFIX - Final Conference
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20 April 2021
Play Fair Code at the Austrian Handball Federation juniors

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20 April 2021

EASG Webinar on "Match-Fixing and Integrity"

The urge for the European Association for the Study of Gambling’s webinar on the subject of match-fixing and integrity arose from the film “Fixed - A Football Comedy” released in 2020. More
20 April 2021

Erasmus + Project SEE - I: Transnational meeting in Sofia in hybrid format

It is due to Corona that the Erasmus+ project SEE-I (Southeast European Countries for the Integrity of Football Clubs) has so far been carried out in an online mode mainly. Under the project management of the Romanian University of Sports (UNEFS), an international team of renowned integrity experts, including the Play Fair Code, has tasked itself with the development and implementation of specialized training materials for the Southeastern European region. More
20 April 2021

Erasmus + EPOSM: Almost 20% of all people involved in sports have already been confronted with (in-)direct offers for manipulation

A large-scale European study shows that nearly 20% of people in sports has been confronted with direct or indirect match-fixing - being the manipulation of sport competitions or matches - proposals. More
19 April 2021

Training series in the Austrian Basketball 2nd League

This year’s beginning marked the first anniversary of the manipulation scandal in the Austrian Basketball Superliga. Following an acute-workshop series in the Superliga in 2020, shortly after the incident became known, a second training module has now been rolled out for the clubs of the Basketball 2nd League. More
16 February 2021

Trust as the basis of information exchange – Supporting the Erasmus+ project T-PREG

In addition to the three Erasmus+ projects AMFix (Against Match Fixing), EPOSM (Evidence-based Prevention Of Sporting-related Match-fixing) and SEE-I (South Eastern European Countries for the Integrity of Football Clubs), in which the Play Fair Code is currently involved, other EU-projects are regularly supported with expert contributions as requested. More
10 February 2021

3rd Advanced NOCs Virtual Training on the Prevention of the Manipulation of Competitions

The well-established long-term partnership between the IOC, the Austrian NOC and the Play Fair Code recently led to another invitation to contribute to what is now the third “Advanced NOCs Virtual Training on the Prevention of the Manipulation of Competitions” at the beginning of February 2021. More
9 December 2020

Annual Report 2020 available for download

The recent version of the Play Fair Code Annual Report has just been released. Please find the link to our download section below. More
13 November 2020

Flexibility rules

2020 early on taught on all ends that we have to be very flexible and adaptable. The Play Fair Code more than coped with this challenge. More
12 November 2020

Basketball pros trained again

Prevention is key to combat match-fixing, but it is not a magic wand. "As much as there is awareness rasing and warnings, there is no guarantee at all that things can and are still happeningl," says Günter Kaltenbrunner. "That is why we have to keep on working and spreading our messages and our knowledge." More
11 November 2020

Integrity Workshop 2.0 - Virtual seminar for the EHF

At the invitation of the European Handball Federation (EHF), Severin Moritzer made an expert contribution to an online workshop as part of the 2nd module of the current EHF Master Coach course. More
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