Australian corporate bookmaker, Betezy may be risking millions of dollars in fines for offering online betting on AFL and NRL games after they have started. According the The Interactive Gambling Act 2001, it is an offense to provide a service that allows Australian customers to be on sporting events online once the sporting event has started, unless these bets are made via telephone. According to this article, the Betezy website however, appears to be offering betting options online while games are running. Talk about risky businees, the penalty for such an offense can range up to $1.1 million a day! Read more.
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