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19 February 2020
Kick-off event on the new Erasmus+ project EPOSM & Sport Infoday 2020
For the fifth time the Play Fair Code has been chosen as an expert partner to an Erasmus+ project. The official launch event for "Evidence-based Prevention of Sporting-related Match-Fixing", EPOSM for short, was held in Ghent recently. Just a few days later the European Commission hosted its Sport Infoday 2020 in Brussels.
3 December 2019
Passion for credibility, fairness and integrity
28 November 2019
The Play Fair Code - A distinguished partner on the international stage
19 November 2019
UEFA, ÖFB and the Play Fair Code - Together on behalf of Integrity
29 October 2019
Appreciation all round for the Play Fair Code trainings
29 October 2019
IOC forum against match fixing
18 October 2019
"Play the Game" with the Play Fair Code
The number of professional events dealing with sport and integrity in sport is growing and growing: a wide variety of institutions, approaches and models focus on the integrity of sport, and when it comes to the essentials, namely credibility of sports, then all these initiatives are to be welcomed and supported.
10 October 2019
Erasmus+ "Anti Match-Fixing Top Training" Final Project Meeting and International Conference
The Salone d'Onore in the premises of the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) is a kind of sanctuary of sport on the Apennine Peninsula. In the hall of honor, athletes are honored, awards given, diplomas presented, the most important media dates of Italian sports held. In other words: In Salone d'Onore, only what really has an impact in sports, takes place: Also the closing event of the Erasmus + project "Anti Match Fixing Top Training" (AMATT).
23 September 2019
#NoManipulation at the "Austrian Day of Sport"
12 September 2019
"We have a common goal"
23 August 2019
Austrian handball in a trusted partnership with the Play Fair Code
At the end of July, the Play Fair Code kicked it off with the players from Fivers WAT Margareten, training the first Austrian handball team about match-fixing and betting fraud. Three months later, the training sessions for the 20 handball teams of the two professional leagues are close to the finish line.