AFL spot audits to feature in new Brownlow safeguards

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Spot audits on AFL employees and greater surveillance of umpires feature in new safeguards around Brownlow Medal betting. The Victorian Gambling and Casino Control Commission has announced it will allow Brownlow betting to continue, after field umpire Michael Pell was among four men arrested late last year over suspicious betting activity. Umpires and situs slot gacor other AFL personnel are not allowed to gamble on the game and Pell was dumped from the league’s umpire panel after his arrest. „We have determined the AFL’s control improvements are adequate and determined a prohibition on the 2023 Brownlow round-by-round voting is not required at this time,” commission chair Fran Thor said in a statement. „We are satisfied with the immediate control improvements, but will continue to monitor the implementation of additional priority measures. „(They include) a real-time transaction monitoring system, the prohibition of betting providers over compliance concerns, a monthly audit of unapproved bet types and the categorising of vulnerable player groups at a higher risk of being compromised, such as young players and those at the end of their careers.” There will also be payout limits of $250 on all Brownlow round bets. The commission looked into Brownlow betting after Pell’s arrest, with the Victoria Police investigation ongoing. After the scandal the AFL ruled out changes to the voting process for its most prestigious individual award. The umpires award Brownlow votes on a 3-2-1 basis after each game and there is tight security around those details until the AFL chief executive reads them out on the night of the presentation.