Description

A group from Teesside University in Middlesbrough, UK, has published a review in which it claims Zwift fails to meet the purpose of its anti-doping policy. The review(opens in new tab), published in the International Journal of Esports, states that due to significant limitations to the policy and a lackadaisical anti-cheating culture, Zwift falls short when it comes to protecting the health and safety of riders not to mention ensuring fairness and integrity across all cycling Esports events. 

Subject

Cycling, Anti - Doping, Doping, Drugs in Sport, Sport

Period12 Apr 2022

Media coverage

1

Media coverage

  • TitleIs Zwift's Anti-Doping Policy enough to eradicate cheating culture?
    Media name/outletCycling News
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    Date12/04/22
    DescriptionA group from Teesside University in Middlesbrough, UK, has published a review in which it claims Zwift fails to meet the purpose of its anti-doping policy. The review(opens in new tab), published in the International Journal of Esports, states that due to significant limitations to the policy and a lackadaisical anti-cheating culture, Zwift falls short when it comes to protecting the health and safety of riders not to mention ensuring fairness and integrity across all cycling Esports events.
    Producer/AuthorBy Christopher Schwenker
    URLhttps://www.cyclingnews.com/features/is-zwifts-anti-doping-policy-enough-to-eradicate-cheating-culture/
    PersonsAndrew Richardson, Phillip Smith, Nicolas Berger