Sportradar hands North America integrity role to former NCAA executive Brown

| By Robert Fletcher
Sportradar has appointed former National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) executive Jim Brown as head of integrity services and harm prevention in North America.

Based in the US, Brown will report directly to Andreas Krannich, managing director of integrity services at Sportradar and support the business with its growth plans in the region.

Brown joins Sportradar after eight years with the NCAA, where he served in a number of risk management roles, most recently as managing director of enterprise risk management.

While at the NCAA, Brown led the organisation’s approach to sports betting risk mitigation, which included the development of a programme featuring the integrity-related monitoring of 12,500 games each year, as well as the well-being education of 550,000 student-athletes and improving the background check and review measures of 19,000 game officials.

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