Ontario’s Glitnor Group brand joins the IBIA

April 10, 2024
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The company will aid the association in maintaining sports betting integrity throughout the province.

Glitnor Group, under its parent company Lcky Group in Ontario, has teamed up with the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA). Joining with the IBIA will allow Glitnor to feed its luckycasino.ca brand sportsbook into the IBIA’s global integrity monitoring system.

Lcky Group CEO David Schwieler briefly discussed the company’s desire to maintain a safe gambling space for Ontario players.

He commented, “At Glitnor Group, we're dead serious about keeping our betting games fair and square. That's why teaming up with IBIA is a big deal for us.

“We know how crucial it is to protect the spirit of sports, and we're ready to roll up our sleeves and work closely with the IBIA to make sure sports betting stays exciting, speedy, and above all, fair.”

The IBIA is a global integrity network that has more than 50 members and is made up of more than 125 betting brands. The association offers services that combat corruption through a collaboration of worldwide operators.

Group CEO Khalid Ali took a moment to welcome Glitnor Group to the organization.

He said, “I am delighted to welcome Glitnor Group as IBIA’s latest member in Ontario. Glitnor and IBIA share a common goal to maintain the integrity of the sports betting marketplace and to protecting consumers and sports from match-fixing.

“Ensuring product integrity is paramount to our approach and we look forward to integrating Glitnor within our leading global sports betting integrity monitoring system.”

In its most recent annual sports betting integrity report, the IBIA reported a 35% drop in the total number of suspicious sports betting alerts reported. The number of reports fell from 285 in 2022 to 184 in 2023. 

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