The European Union has launched a project to prevent match-fixing and fraud in sports betting. It is carried out within the framework of the agreement between Sweden, Malta, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland and Georgia on combating scammers in betting. The authorities of these countries create a space for their law enforcement officers and judges to exchange experience in combating swindlers in the betting industry. This project was supported by the International Federation of Professional Footballers’ Associations and the Global Lottery Monitoring System. Earlier it became known that the International Association of Fair Betting recorded an active penetration of betting fraud into eSports and table tennis. Recall that the RFU checks the published information about the fixed games of the Essentuki football club.