U.S. Integrity Inc., a Las Vegas and New York-based technology and data-driven analytics company monitoring match-fixing, game manipulation and other unethical or illegal betting-related activity, secured $1m in seed funding.
The round was led by the New York Angels with participation from Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of New York, existing investor SeventySix Capital, and several prominent financial service executives and entrepreneurs. Jeffrey Seltzer co-led the process for the New York Angels investment group and joined as a new Board Director.
This seed funding will allow the company to provide innovative offerings to their customers seeking transparency across the domestic sports betting landscape.
Led by Matthew Holt, CEO and Co-Founder, U.S. Integrity provides A proprietary product that analyzes dozens of data sets including account-level wagering detail – a differentiator that is delivered to USI directly from sportsbook partners – to proactively identify potentially suspicious wagering activity and irregular contest-level patterns for customers across the domestic sports betting market. U.S. Integrity provides technology services to leagues, teams, athletic conferences and universities, as well as sportsbook operators.