IOC Adds a Gambling Monitor to Watch for Cheating in RioBy
Olympics betting legal in Nevada for first time since 2001
About $1 billion to be wagered worldwide on Olympic Games
The International Olympic Committee has chosen a London-based firm to watch for suspicious gambling on the Games, which might point to cheating in the competition.
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