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Sportradar signs intelligence deal with Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sports

Supplier will provide its anti-doping intelligence capabilities to the body to enahance its digital capabilities

Sportradar has signed a partnership with the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sports (CCES) to enhance the associations digital capabilities and assist in anti-doping investigations against Canadian teams.

The deal will focus primarily on intelligence and investigation support with Sportradar’s intelligence unit working closely with the CCES.

Dr. Anja Martin, director anti-doping services for Sportradar, said: “Seeing their commitment to the anti-doping fight, we are proud to enter into this partnership with the CCES to support their intelligence program.”

Jeremy Luke, CCES Senior Director of Sport Integrity said: “Big data and open source analysis is an important tool in our anti-doping investigations, and Sportradar works at the cutting edge of this field.”

“We look forward to using the information, analysis and insight provided through this partnership with Sportradar to further our efforts to protect clean athletes,” Luke said.

Sportradar last month announced it was launching a 24-hour network dedicated to sports betting programming.

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