International Game Fixing: Soccer, Boxing, Tennis & More

You wouldn't know it from watching ESPN or reading Sports Illustrated, but game fixing is a problem on a worldwide scale. INTERPOL investigates these crimes, the International Olympic Committee has held meetings on the issue, and several countries have seen their professional sports leagues damaged by game fixing.

The game fixers have affected outcomes in soccer (in the Olympics and at the World Cup), tennis, rugby, cricket, and if you'd believe it, video games. If you can gamble on it, these people have fixed it. How long until these same fixers come to the U.S. and start fixing games here? Or are they here already?
 

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