The announcement came a day after an INTERPOL-led conference into result rigging closed in Kuala Lumpur.
The task force would collaborate with all stakeholders and educate member associations on ways to combat the practice and introduce mechanisms to fight it, AFC General Secretary Alex Soosay said.
"Some of our member associations, who have been facing this threat for long, have come up with novel ideas to combat match-fixing and have succeeded in controlling the threat," he said referring to the initiatives taken by football associations of China, Singapore, South Korea and Malaysia.
China has handed life bans to 33 players and officials while Singapore has initiated polygraph tests for players, Soosay said.
"I would like all our MAs to follow the examples of these MAs and join this fight to strengthen the fair play in this game," he added.
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