Florentino Villabona, director of the department of integrity and security of LaLiga, has declared that they have detected five parties "potentially suspicious" of rigs so far this season. The categories in which these possible rigs have been observed have been Third Division, with three parties; Segunda B, with one, and LaLiga Iberdrola, the highest category of women's football. He stressed that last year, 29 meetings obtained that rating.
Villalbona has stated that "the success in the monitoring of alerts, in addition to the constant updating and improvement of Tyche software that our analysts handle since 2017, lies in the prevention work that we carry out through integrity workshops in professional football. , base football, futsal, women's soccer and clubs associated with Proliga (second Division B and Third Division) ". He also explained that for the remainder of the season more than 200 workshops are set, some talks that add to the more than 120 that LaLiga has already taught and that had 2,035 attendees, in addition to the thousand minors from grassroots football.
LaLiga has indicated that "with these data it reinforces its prevention work in all Spanish football to avoid, detect, investigate and report any type of activity related to the adulteration of the outcome of a match".