Sportsflare joins more than 40 ESIC anti-corruption supporters around the world and will assist the organisation in investigating suspicious betting activity across its betting platform.
The role will also see Sportsflare endorse ESIC’s wider efforts to combat match-fixing and betting fraud within esports.
Sportsflare works with sportsbook operators and igaming-related businesses, offering a range of products including an esports odds feed, bet builder and other widgets.
“We are thrilled to become a member of ESIC and are looking forward to our long-term involvement,” Sportsflare founder and chief product officer Kenny Jang said.
“Cheating, corruption, and fraudulent behaviour have no place in esports betting, and our membership shows our commitment in upholding and protecting the integrity of the esports betting industry. “
ESIC commissioner Ian Smith added: “Anti-corruption supporters like Sportsflare greatly assist ESIC in investigating suspicious betting activity, assisting us in ESIC’s greater fight against cheating and corruption across esports.”