Cricket, and particularly the spot-fixing sector, must adapt to meet the challenges of a 21st century economy. The paying public is demanding a much greater role in decisions involving the events of cricket matches.
The system of tying performance to skill and hard-work is becoming antiquated in a sport that is increasingly independent and mobile. The ICC reports that four in ten cricketers change teams every year. With this kind of job mobility, it is extremely difficult to tie results to skill and expect people to have the motivation to play.