N.J. Admin. Code § 13:69N-1.6 - Sports pool and online sports pool integrity; confidential information

(a) Sports pool operators shall have controls in place to identify unusual betting activity and report such activity to an integrity monitoring provider.
(b) All integrity monitoring providers shall share information with each other and shall disseminate all reports of unusual activity to all participating sports pool operators. All sports pool operators shall review such reports and notify the integrity monitoring provider of whether or not they have experienced similar activity.
(c) If an integrity monitoring provider finds that previously reported unusual betting activity rises to the level of suspicious activity, they shall immediately notify all other integrity monitoring providers, their member sports pool operators, the Division, the appropriate sports governing authority, and all other regulatory agencies as directed by the Division. All integrity monitoring providers receiving a report under this subsection shall share such report with their member sports pool operators.
(d) A sports pool operator receiving a report of suspicious activity shall be permitted to suspend wagering on events related to the report, but may only cancel related wagers after Division approval.
(e) Integrity monitoring providers shall provide the Division with remote access to their monitoring system, which shall provide at a minimum:
1. All reports of unusual betting activity;
2. If the activity was determined to be suspicious; and
3. The actions taken by the integrity monitoring provider.
(f) The Division and sports governing bodies shall be authorized to share information regarding the integrity of events conducted on a sports pool or online sports pool. The Division may use information received from a sports governing body to determine whether wagering shall be permissible on a particular event or bet type. A sports governing body's request for wagering information, or its recommendation that a particular event or bet type should not be offered for wagering, shall be granted at the discretion of the Director upon a demonstration of good cause. Where a sports governing body's recommendation concerns a particular event, the Director shall address and respond to the recommendation before the start of the event, or, where that is not feasible, as expeditiously as possible.
(g) The Division may require a sports pool or online sports pool operator or licensee to provide any hardware necessary to the Division for evaluation of its sports pool or online sports pool offering or to conduct further monitoring of data provided by its system.
(h) All information and data received or distributed pursuant to this chapter by the Division related to unusual or suspicious activity shall be considered confidential and shall not be revealed in whole or in part, except upon the lawful order of a court of competent jurisdiction or, with any law enforcement entity, team, sports governing body, or regulatory agency that the Division deems appropriate.


N.J. Admin. Code § 13:69N-1.6
Adopted by 50 N.J.R. 1652(a), effective 7/16/2018 Amended by 51 N.J.R. 1514(b), effective 10/7/2019

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