Interwetten guarantees the safety of Internet gaming
December 10, 2009, 10:17 am (8 years ago)
With sports organizations, supervisors and law enforcement all paying close attention on current football misconducts in Europe, an Internet betting company director stepped forward this week to guarantee that Internet operators are one of the most secured bets around.
Interwetten.com director Michael Summer stated to the German broadcaster Deutsche Welle that the scam and match-fixing misconducts sweeping soccer were improbable to earn illegitimate gains utilizing Internet gambling sites because of the complicated tracking software in use that has the ability to pick up on doubtful betting patterns.
Summer stated that possible fixers are not capable of producing wagers big enough to benefit from their schemes, and that technology at online gaming sites considerably lowers the risk of match corruption.
“All of our players are identifiable and can’t get away with utilizing pseudonyms and false identities more than once or twice. That makes Internet gaming operations far more safe than traditional betting shops,” Summer commented.