IMPORTANT NOTICE: A Declared State of Disaster is currently in place across Victoria. For more information, see: COVID-19 information for licensees
The VCGLR has implemented a new audit process for gaming venues to improve how it validates reported gaming data.
The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the VCGLR) has a new audit process designed to better assess the accuracy and completeness of reported gaming machine data.
The Victorian Parliament has passed legislation that amends the Gambling Regulation Act 2003 (the Act).
On 30 November 2017 the Victorian Parliament passed the Gambling Regulation Amendment (Gaming Machine Arrangements) Act 2017. This will mean a number of changes for gaming venue operators.
Associated Individual applications for some gaming licences can now be submitted and completed via four new online forms.
On 20 September 2017, Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation, Hon Marlene Kairouz announced a number of changes to regional caps and municipal limits on gaming machine entitlements.
With revellers travelling from interstate, all over Victoria, and from overseas to celebrate at inner city and regional meets, it can be a busy time for Victorian venues. So be prepared and vigilant with your obligations this spring time.
Circulation of the new bank note began on 20 September 2017 by the Reserve Bank of Australia.
Gaming venue operators are being reminded to remove any out-of-date signage from their premises.
The gaming expenditure data for 2016-17 is available now.