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Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport – (Ottawa, Ontario – March 21, 2019) – Canadian sports face integrity risks based on the betting exposure of their competitions and the amounts wagered on each game, according to data just released by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES). Sportradar Integrity Services estimates that betting exposure totals almost $20 billion CAD annually, with the most popular Canadian-based events among bettors attracting as much as $40 million CAD in wagers per game globally. And based on the current regulatory climate, many Canadian sports can expect to see wagering increase.