Tag Archives: Sydney Morning Herald

Victoria Police charges two following tennis corruption investigation

Victoria Police has confirmed that two individuals have been charged with attempting to corrupt at least two tennis tournaments in Brazil and Egypt in 2018, after they were found to be a part of an international tennis match-fixing syndicate. Reported by the Sydney Morning Herald, the India-headquartered syndicate is allegedly responsible for using low-ranked players from Europe and South America …

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NSW police charge two in Dally M investigation

New South Wales Police have charged two individuals in connection with a NRL Dally M Medal Awards betting scandal. Reported on the Sydney Morning Herald, Joshua Wilson, 29, and Ben Trevisiol, 31, were charged with using inside information to bet on Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy before he won the 2019 Coach of the Year award. Both Wilson and Trevisiol …

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Sportsbet advert draws record number of complaints

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An advert for one of Australia’s biggest online bookmakers Sportsbet has drawn 793 complaints, a new record in the country, for making a link between betting and sexual success. The Ad Standards said that the Paddy Power Betfair owned online bookmaker had sent a “false message to young males that gambling will improve their sexual appeal”. As reported in the …

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Strewth! Tatts & Tabcorp $9 billion merger talks collapse

Australia’s biggest gambling operators Tatts Group and Tabcorp have failed to agree terms on a merger which would create a + $9 billion enterprise. This weekend national news sources reported that a conformation of the merger talks between the two parties was imminent, but almost immediately the deal was dead in the water. The planned merger would have seen the …

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