The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) and McLaren Global Sport Solutions (MGSS), with support from the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC), will host the 2023 Symposium on Competition Manipulation and Gambling in Sport on May 30-31, 2023, in Toronto, Canada.

Join us as experts discuss the state of sports betting in Canada and around the world. Through real-life case studies, delegates will learn about the risks to sport integrity associated with sport betting and competition manipulation, and best practices to mitigate these risks. Collectively, we will look to develop a common way forward that benefits sport and the gaming industry.

The symposium will bring together athletes, national sport organizations, multisport organizations, international sport federations, national and provincial governments, sport gambling operators and regulators, professional sport leagues, integrity units, and law enforcement agencies.

In April 2019, the CCES and MGSS hosted the first Ethical Sport Symposium. It was the first Canadian event to address the issues of match manipulation and gambling in sport.

Led by Professor Richard McLaren, O.C., CEO of MGSS, and moderated by Declan Hill, investigative journalist, academic, and international expert on match manipulation in sport, the symposium was organized by themes with a keynote speaker for each theme, followed by additional presentations, panel discussions, small group discussions and plenary sessions.

Read the resulting White Paper on Match Manipulation and Gambling in Sport and see more event details on the CCES website.

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