Swedish gaming regulator Lotteriinspektionen has published a series of recommendations to combat match-fixing following an investigation into the prevalence of gambling-related corruption in the country.

It concluded that not enough is known about the prevalence of sports-related corruption in Sweden and proposed that a national action plan be formulated to tackle the issue.

The authority also suggested that a licensing system be introduced for private operators in order to better monitor betting-related corruption.

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