The heads of the sports management giant IMG fired off an anti-gambling memo to all of its employees today -- a move that comes in the wake of the alleged gambling scandal involving Roger Federer.
-- obtained by TMZ -- says, "given IMG's increasing role in U.S. college sports over the last three years, it is appropriate to implement specific anti-gambling policies with respect to wagering on collegiate sporting events."
The memo -- sent from IMG's Senior V.P. John Raleigh -- also states that the policy, "prohibits gambling on collegiate sports even where such activity would otherwise be legal."
Perhaps most crushing to IMG employees -- the new policy also bans all NCAA basketball tournament pools ... "whether conducted on IMG premises or not."