Former New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent has named himself as one of three players being investigated for match-fixing by the Interational Cricket Council.
The ICC says its anti-corruption and security unit has been working closely with domestic anti-corruption units to investigate the accusations for some months.
However, it was only made public on Thursday.
Vincent says he's cooperating with the investigation, but it is bound by rules and regulations and can't say anything more.
Two other former New Zealand players are accused of match-fixing.
A spokesperson for the ICC in Dubai, Samu al Hassan, told Radio New Zealand it can't name any of the players or confirm identies until the investigation has been completed.