The NRL are set to introduce a massive shake-up to the golden point system, with losing teams to be compensated and not walk away empty handed.
According to Nine's NRL reporter Danny Weidler, NRL coaches have been informed of the potential changes to the sudden death format with a points restructure on the cards.
Golden point has been subject of many talking points over the past few seasons with clubs and fans questioning whether it's fair for the victor of the period to walk away with the two-premiership points.
Gus Gould earlier this year spoke on his displeasure of the system and how he was left dissatisfied, wanting the loser to not walk away empty handed
"I'm not [a fan] and I'm loving it less and less," Gould said on the Six Tackles with Gus podcast.
"I saw three games on the weekend where there didn't deserve to be a loser; where the loser deserved something.
"But nowadays, with the competition so close and the fact that we're going to have more and more [close games] … the games are refereed to be close. The way the game is played, these are always going to be close. You're going to get those games that are 6-0, 6-all, 12-0, 12-all; let's get down to a shootout.
"I'm over it. I think a draw's a draw and you've just got to leave it at that."
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Under the current system, golden point consists of two five-minute halves with the very first score deciding the victor who takes away the two premiership points.
If neither side is able to score any points, the match ends in a draw with one premiership point going to both teams.