Digital Chain (DC) is an international full service marketing agency that creates flexible top-notch solutions and empowers companies from various business categories to become Brands.
DC services are available worldwide and include Business Intelligence, Strategy, Creative, Digital, Media, and Communications. This well-coordinated in-house infrastructure allows Digital Chain to carry out full cycle of online and offline marketing activities and provide its clients with efficient and easily scalable solutions.
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Digital Chain holds the title of the Best Marketing Services Provider according to Betting Awards, the first place in Rating of Creativity & Craft of marketing service agencies according to MAMI, along with many international awards that include Effie Awards, ADC, KIAF, GoldenDrum, Wow Done Awards, The Webby Awards and others.
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Altenar is a provider of sportsbook software and services to licensed gaming operators. Ranging from ‘software-only’ product offers to the provision of a fully-managed sports betting platform stack, Altenar offers proven stability coupled with a flexible and personalised service. Our software is developed and operated in-house, whilst being powered by premium quality data feeds.
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Endorphina, headquartered in Prague, Czech Republic, is a B2B software provider used by some of the most successful platforms and operators of the igaming industry. Their highly skilled specialists are an assurance of success and professional approach for their business partners. Endorphina succeeds at uniting the best online gaming experience and cutting-edge technology to create games that attract players with not only its beautiful design and authentic atmosphere but the real thrill of gambling. Endorphina aims to always bring unique themes of the games to its players and that´s why their games are loved by the players across the globe. The attention to detail, professional business approach and a personalized service makes Endorphina the winner’s choice.
ESSA is a not for profit organisation, whose members operate through retail, on-line and telephone channels all of which have KYC, anti-money laundering and regulatory requirements that protect betting and sports integrity. The role of ESSA is to provide an early warning system with the specific aim of detecting and deterring the corruption of ESSA members’ betting markets through the manipulation of sporting events. All ESSA members must be licensed making their operations subject to control and enforcement of public authorities such as gambling regulatory bodies.
ESSA employs a two tier mechanism which assists its members to determine, quickly and efficiently if any fraudulent activity or unfair market manipulation is taking place on any given sports event covered by any of its members. It is based on a two tier system:
Tier 1: Internal Control System (ICS). All ESSA members are required to employ a sophisticated ICS as part of the respective licensing system and gambling law under which they operate. This legal requirement obliges ESSA members to maintain strict safeguards on “who bets on what” and to retain records of all transactions thereby creating a digital fingerprint and detailed audit trail.
Tier 2: ESSA Early Warning System (EWS). The ESSA early warning system primarily works on the input provided by its members, notably alerts created by members relating to suspicious transactions detected by their own internal control systems.
Contrary to other systems that primarily rely on publicly available external market information such as the movement off betting odds displayed on websites, the ESSA system is based upon a wider base of factual and real time information within ESSA members’ own internal systems. Only those betting operators have first-hand knowledge of “who bets on what” (Know Your Customer/Know Your Transaction) and this importantly includes the amounts and locations of those bets, which are fundamental in establishing whether a transaction is potentially linked to an incident of betting-related sporting corruption.
The operational process works as follows: an ESSA member detects something unusual in a betting pattern on a particular event (Tier 1, ICS). That is then immediately reported and escalated to ESSA’s security team and Head Bookmaker and which if substantiated as a potential danger triggers an alert to the whole EESA membership (Tier 2). If such an alert is issued, which occurs through ESSA’s Advanced Security Platform (ASP), members are required to respond quickly confirming whether or not similar trends have been seen elsewhere in their markets and, if they have, giving as much detail as possible. On the latter, whilst ESSA members are fully committed to the fight against sports betting corruption and to fully cooperating with all other stakeholders to that end, it should be noted that they are also bound to adhere to certain legal requirements such as data protection legislation.
Where evidence emerges that there may be potentially fraudulent activity taking place, e.g. because several members have confirmed an irregular betting pattern, ESSA will:
i) report that information under the applicable Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to the relevant sports governing body; and
ii) advise the member(s) concerned to make a report to their own national regulatory authority.
To this end, ESSA has signed MoU’s with over 20 sports federations and regulators including, FIFA, the IOC, the Tennis Integrity Unit, the UK Gambling Commission, the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, the Malta Lotteries and Gaming Authority and the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner.
The recipient (sports governing body and/or gambling regulator) will take view as to whether the particular alert in question requires action on their part.