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The latest episode of the Gaming News Canada Show podcast presented by Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP is focused on Tuesday’s announcement by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario with amended standards for marketing and advertising by sports betting and igaming operators in the province.
Canadian Gaming Association grand poobah Paul Burns, PointsBet Canada executive Nic Sulsky, and Betano’s Canadian country manager Kris Abbott provided their respective takes on the news, and what the rule changes mean for the industry as it heads into the busy fall sports schedule.
Burns also spoke with us about a recent Toronto Star column around competition manipulation in sport, and concerns that a match-fixing scandal in Canadian sport is just around the corner.
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