US Integrity hits the bullseye with PDC deal

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US Integrity has agreed a deal with the Professional Dart Corporation and SeventySix Capital Sports to provide its betting integrity monitoring services. 

As the PDC – the world’s biggest darts body – aims to expand its presence in the US-regulated sports betting markets, it has enlisted the services of US Integrity to ensure that each game and throw in a match is of the utmost integrity from a betting perspective. 

“Sports betting is an important part of our expansion into the United States,” explained Matthew Porter,  CEO of the PDC. “US Integrity and SeventySix Capital Sports Advisory’s commitment and proactive approach will play a pivotal role in ensuring we enter the  regulated sports betting market in the best way possible.” 

Under the terms of the agreement, US Integrity and SeventySix Advisory will provide the PDC with consulting services to safely expand in the US sports betting market. 

It comes as the PDC – which hosts professional darts tournaments across the globe throughout the year – heads to New York in June as part of its World Series of Darts roadshow. 

At this event, the US Darts Masters will take place, in which eight of the PDC’s professionals will take on US and Canadian players. Former Canadian competitor John Part won the PDC’s World Darts Championship in 2003 and 2008.

Matthew Holt, US Integrity’s CEO & Co-Founder, added: “US Integrity is proud to partner with the Professional Darts Corporation and assist as they look to enter the regulated sports betting market across the regulated sports betting market in North America.

“We are looking forward to working with SeventySix Capital Sports Advisory in a joint effort to assist the PDC. These types of partnerships help ensure sports betting integrity and assist with creating a safe, fun sports betting ecosystem in North America.”