The Australian operations of Stoke bookies Bet365 are in hot water for accepting wagers on South Australian volleyball matches.
South Australia’s Independent Gambling Authority (IGA) says it recently learned Bet365 had been offering markets on Volleyball SA’s senior State League games, which are not on the IGA’s approved list of betting market options. The Australian reported that Volleyball SA officials raised the alarm after someone in the audience at a recent match was allegedly overheard relaying match activity to persons unknown via mobile phone.
South Australia gambling regulator Robert Chappell cautioned that it was possible Bet365 had offered the markets without realizing that it wasn’t authorized to do so.
Chappell said the regulator wouldn’t be “inclined to prosecute [Bet365] first go,” but if Bet365 persisted in offering non-sanctioned markets, steps would be taken “to revoke their authorization.” The volleyball markets, which have since been scrubbed from Bet365’s site, included live bet options such as second-set winner and which teams would win 10- and 15-point races. South Australia recently declared all promotion of live odds would be illegal effective Aug
While South Australian regulators are restricting which markets bookies can and can’t offer, New Zealand’s TAB bookies are restricting access to markets by certain punters. The New Zealand Herald recently confirmed that TAB bookies had been instructed to block professional or semi-pro betting groups from using TAB fixed-odds services as ‘arbitrage’ wagers.
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