New national system will aim match-fixing and sports betting

A new national system is the latest talk among federal officials in order to track gambling in Australia’s major sports. The betting trends in the rugby league, AFL, soccer, tennis, cricket, rugby union will be analysed against match activities.  

Match-fixing, drug abuse and regulation of Sports Club officials is the focal point of The National Injury Surveillance Unit (NISU). As a way to do this, NISU is planning to employ specialist intelligence officers to obtain material about sports issues and assist with expert advices to individual sports as a way to guide them settle and establish their own policies.

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