USAC Racing has announced a robust partnership with U.S. Integrity.
USAC was founded in 1955 and is the oversight and sanctioning body for a number of auto racing series and events. Most notably Sprint Car, Midget Car, and Silver Crown series also known as the triple crown. USAC is focused on strengthening their integrity efforts as regulated sports betting continues to expand across the US.
U.S. Integrity is a leading technology-driven sports wagering monitoring company, providing the highest level of protection against betting-related fraud and corruption. U.S. Integrity’s mission is to grow the legal, regulated sports betting market by providing solutions that ensure sports betting integrity in every play, every game, and every sport.
“The new partnership with U.S. Integrity is a first step as we look to prepare our motorsport properties to a regulated world of sports betting. U.S. Integrity’s commitment and proactive approach will play a pivotal role in ensuring integrity on USAC Racing events as we align our drivers and rulebooks to a new era for motorsports,” Kevin Miller, President & CEO of USAC Racing, said.
U.S. Integrity will provide integrity monitoring services via its proprietary dashboard to USAC Racing. The firm will conduct analysis across dozens of data sets to proactively identify irregular contest-level, officiating & wagering patterns.
“U.S. Integrity is proud to partner with USAC Racing and assist as wagering on their events continues to rapidly grow across the regulated sports betting market. U.S. Integrity’s mission is to provide best in class insights & compliance solutions to our clients. We are looking forward to working with the exceptional team at USAC Racing as the historic organization focuses on strengthening their integrity. 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 U.S. Integrity,” Matthew Holt, CEO and co-founder of U.S. Integrity, said.