US Integrity (USI) has renewed its partnership with the Pac-12 Conference, continuing to protect the integrity of the college conference’s athletic competitions.
Expanding on a relationship that began in 2018, the renewed partnership builds on the rapid growth of sports betting across the US.
Under the terms of the agreement, USI will continue to provide the Pac-12 with its integrity-monitoring services via its proprietary dashboard to proactively identify irregular contest-level, officiating, and wagering patterns across dozens of data sets.
“US Integrity is proud to continue our partnership with the Pac-12 Conference and assist with maintaining the integrity of college athletics,” commented Matthew Holt, USI’s CEO & Co-Founder.
“US Integrity’s mission is to provide conflict-free, best-in-class insights & compliance solutions to our clients. We are looking forward to continuing to work with the exceptional team at the Pac-12.
“All our partners are committed to the highest integrity standards, and they are no exception. These types of partnerships help ensure sports betting integrity and strengthen the unique & proprietary anomaly-detection tools we have developed at US Integrity.”
Featuring some of the most prestigious and historic college athletics programs and universities in the country, the Pac-12 has experienced tremendous competitive success.
Known as the “Conference of Champions,” the Pac-12 has some of the US’ most prestigious and historic college athletics programs. Since expanding to 12 teams in 2011, the league has won over 100 NCAA team championships, with 544 all-time.
Maggy Carlyle, Pac-12 General Counsel, added: “We are excited to renew our partnership with US Integrity, as we look to continue to ensure the integrity of our athletic programs and competitions.
“US Integrity’s commitment to maintaining integrity, as well as their proactive approach, will continue to play a pivotal role in assisting our operations with monitoring sports betting across our competitions.”
Back in September, US Integrity and the University of Pittsburgh renewed their partnership to protect the university’s athletics integrity.