One thing I've noticed is there are a lot of unpainted battle reports on YouTube and so many people seem to play with unpainted models as standard. One thing that my local clubs are doing to prevent this is punish unpainted or none-representative units. For every unit played that's unpainted you lose 50 victory points, for units that are not solid representatives you lose 50 victory points (ie. using Tomb King Skeleton Horsemen as Tomb King Skeleton Horse Archers or using Undivided Chaos Warriors with Shield as Khorne Chaos Warriors with Great Weapons), using "counts as" models that are completely none-representative loses you 100 victory points (ie. using empty horses to represent cavalry, using empty chariots, using empty bases with tooth pick flags, using models from other armies as "counts as"). This stacks per unit, so if you have 5 units all unpainted, you're starting on -250 victory points.
What do people think of this tactic? Would this encourage you to paint your army or what? For me, as I'm currently using largely empty bases and "counts as" models because I've only just started back up it puts me at a disadvantage but I'm honestly not that bothered as I fully intend to paint my army, but I know a lot of people don't enjoy the painting and just want to game. What are your opinions? Do you have better ideas on how to encourage people to paint their armies? Do you agree with the club that this method is simple, fair and easy to run?