ICC: Match fixing law will prove to be a game changer in India

Match fixing law game changer in india

International Cricket Council (ICC) Anti Corruption Unit, ACU’s Investigation Coordinator Steve Richardson believes that match-fixing law will prove to be a game-changer in India.

According to Reports of Cricket betting guru, The ICC Anti Corruption Officer has said that this would be the most effective thing to protect the game from match fixers. The ICC also says this because between 2021 to 2023 there are two ICC events in India.

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Let us know that T20 World Cup is to be held in India in 2021 and ICC Cricket World Cup in 2023. In such a situation, match fixers can also come here. Both these ICC events will be targeted by match fixers.

In such a situation, the ICC will have to overcome them with less resources to protect the game from these sports dealers. In India, however, there has been no fixing in international cricket in the recent past.

Speaking to ESPN Cric.info, Richardson has said, “India is getting two ICC global events: the T20 World Cup in 2021 and the ODI World Cup in 2023. There is no law at the moment, we will have good relations with the Indian police, but They had one of their hands tied behind their back.