US Integrity to monitor bets for Fitzdares in Ontario

US Integrity has locked in a partnership with Fitzdares ahead of the sportsbook’s launch in the Canadian sports betting market.
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US Integrity has locked in a comprehensive partnership with Fitzdares ahead of the sportsbook’s launch in the Canadian sports betting market.

The agreement will see US Integrity provide integrity monitoring services to Fitzdares via its proprietary dashboard, analyzing dozens of data sets for the sportsbook to “proactively identify irregular contest-level, officiating and wagering patterns”.

“US Integrity is proud to partner with Fitzdares and assist as they grow their brand across the Canadian regulated sports wagering market,” commented Matthew Holt, US Integrity’s CEO and Co-Founder. 

“US Integrity’s mission is to provide conflict-free, best-in-class insights and compliance solutions to our clients. We are looking forward to working with the exceptional team at Fitzdares.

“All our partners are committed to the highest integrity standards, and they are no exception. These types of partnerships help ensure sports betting integrity and strengthen the unique and proprietary anomaly detection tools we have developed at US Integrity.”

Having already acquired a presence in the UK and Europe, Fitzdares plans to launch its sportsbook in Ontario early next year, subject to the execution of an operating agreement with iGaming Ontario and achieving final regulatory approvals.

Fitzdares attributes its success in Europe to being founded on “the basis of old-fashioned traditions of customer service and bookmaking”.

“The safety and integrity of the sports betting experience at Fitzdares is of utmost importance, and we are thrilled to be working with US Integrity as we prepare to launch the Fitzdares experience in the regulated market of Ontario early next year,” added Tristan Wootton, Director of Growth at Fitzdares. 

“US Integrity’s proactive approach to maintaining integrity will play a pivotal role in detecting potentially suspicious wagering activity.”

Earlier this month, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) ordered all operators in the province to stop offering and accepting bets on UFC events due to integrity concerns.