An internal investigation is underway into Adam Treloar’s SuperCoach scores. After masses claimed he was “robbed” on social media over the opening rounds, Champion Data have given into pressure to review his scores.
Although the Herald Sun remained tight-lipped on the issue, April Treloar from Champion Data said that the company would review both of Collingwood’s games to ensure Treloar’s stats were recorded correctly.
“Due to 90% of Adam Trealoar’s 48,673 ownership complaining about him being ‘robbed’ online, we have made the decision to investigate the situation, with a likely alteration of his Round 1 and 2 scores.”
Many SuperCoaches have been visibly frustrated in 2017, with live scores often appearing inaccurate, leading to further confusion over the published scores of Treloar. It appears likely that the midfielders scores of 96 and 108 will increase over the coming days.
“If our (Champion Data’s) investigation shows Treloar’s stats were correct, we will liaise with the Herald Sun regarding adding further weight to disposal efficiency and clangers in our post-match scaling,” April Treloar said.
For Champion Data’s official statement, it can be viewed on their website.