Rule 6 - Elite Amateurs
6-1. General. Except as provided in the Rules, an amateur must not use their reputation or status as a notable player of the games ("notable status") for any financial gain.
6-2. Promotion, Advertising and Sales. An amateur must not use their notable status to obtain payment, compensation, personal benefit or any financial gain, directly or indirectly, for (i) promoting, advertising or selling anything, or (ii) allowing their name or likeness to be used for the promotion, advertisement or sale of anything.
Exception: An amateur may allow their name or likeness to be used for no financial gain to promote: (i) their national association; or (ii) any competition or event that is in the best interests of the games.
The amateur must not obtain any payment, compensation or financial gain, directly or indirectly, for allowing their name or likeness to be used in these ways.
Note 1: An amateur may accept equipment from anyone dealing in such equipment provided no advertising is involved and the benefit is disclosed in advance to the T&RA via the Chief Executive.
Note 2: Limited name and logo recognition is allowed on equipment and clothing. Clothing worn may only bear a manufacturer's small emblem (one per garment), defined as nothing larger than 5x5 centimetres on shirts or shorts/skirts.
6-3. Grants and Bursaries. An amateur may accept the benefits of a grant or bursary, the terms and conditions of which have been approved by the T&RA.
6-4. Membership. An amateur may accept an offer of membership or privileges of a club, without full payment for the class of membership or privilege, unless such an offer is made as an inducement to play for that club.