The government of Australia’s Northern Territory has passed legislation to impose serious penalties on those found guilty of match-fixing in the state in a bid to combat cheating and fraud in sports betting.

A series of amendments to the territory’s Criminal Code (Cheating at Gambling) Bill sees the introduction of five new offences, with those found guilty to be jailed for up to 7 years.

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