No live odds during sporting events broadcasted in Australia
On 26 May 2013 the prime minister threatened to legislate to effect a complete ban on the airing of live betting odds during sporting events on television. The restrictions outlined by the prime minister include: no crosses to gambling representatives either at the ground or near the ground during sporting events; and limiting gambling advertising to scheduled breaks in play (that is quarter or half time).
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