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London - It has come to our attention that certain bookmakers, including Marshalls World of Sport, Keith Ho BetXchange, Sepels Best Bets and certain branches of Hollywoodbets.net, have been displaying live British thoroughbred horse racing in their betting shops without being authorised to do so.
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On 21st July an article by Wiseman Khuzwayo entitled ‘Hollywoodbets to defend R350m Tellytrack lawsuit’ appeared in a number of online and traditional media publications. The article contained a number of factual inaccuracies which requires both correction and clarification.

The facts are:
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The press release which was circulated by Mr JJF Cameron on 20 June 2014 (“the Memorandum”), and which was published by certain publications, in regard to a court application by Keith Ho and Playbet in terms whereof they urgently sought relief in respect of certain matters, requires clarification by Tellytrack.
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Honourable Judge Vally of the Gauteng Local Division, Johannesburg, heard argument from the applicants (Keith Ho t/a Betxchange and Play Bet Proprietary Limited), the legal representatives appearing on behalf of the first respondent (the Minister of Police) and the ninth, tenth and eleventh respondents (DM Kisch, Gerald Bourne and Farrel Frank), and Tellytrack, respectively, on the issue of whether the matter should be heard on an urgent basis.
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BERNARD SAUNDRY (news.com.au)
Racing Victoria, which governs thoroughbred horseracing in the Australian state of Victoria, is to increase fees charged for “race fields” from 1 July in a move that will have a major financial impact on online bookmakers in particular.

The fee for race fields is for use of racecard data only and fixed-odds and betting exchange operators like Betfair, Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, Sportingbet and William Hill, as well as Tabcorp which operates tote and fixed-odds betting, will all have to pay significantly more going forward. An analyst estimated the increase in fees would cost Paddy Power more than R50 million annually and William Hill about R40 million.
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Phumelela has agreed to provide technical services in respect of the staging of horse racing and betting in Zimbabwe under the control and direction of the MTC. In addition, Phumelela will provide financial support in the form of a bridging loan to the MTC.
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In February 2014 application was made by 39 bookmakers and the Gauteng Off-Course Bookmakers' Association for an interdict against Phumelela, Gold Circle, Kenilworth Racing, Tellytrack and others to ensure that the applicants continue receiving "the televised broadcasting of live, real-time horseracing events" on the same terms as prevailed up until 31 January 2014, pending the outcome of the Gauteng Off-Course Bookmakers Association's complaints to the Gauteng, Eastern Cape and National Gambling Boards.
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