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Interactive Gaming Licence - Victoria. Description. You will require this licence if you intend to operate an interactive gaming service for an approved game (that is not a prohibited game for the purposes of this licence) as defined under the legislation. An interactive game is a game in which: a prize is offered or can be won under the rules of the game; a player participates in the game by.
Fundraising with lotteries or raffles at events. Lotteries (also known as raffles) can be held at events (for example, fetes, fairs, fundraising dinners, exhibitions, concerts, festivals). In some cases the event may last more than a single day. Although the event may have a commercial purpose any lottery or raffle promoted at the event cannot be run for commercial purposes or private gain, it.
Reforms On 12 December 2019, State Parliament passed legislation to significantly reform the regulation of gambling in South Australia. Amendments will need to be made to the regulations under each of the gambling acts, changes made to the Advertising and Responsible Gambling Codes of Practice, new gambling administration guidelines and community impact assessment guidelines developed.
Gaming Machines Regulation 2010. Repealed version for 1 March 2019 to 31 August 2019 (accessed 9 June 2020 at 03:19. This version of the legislation is compiled and maintained in a database of legislation by the Parliamentary Counsel's Office and published on the NSW legislation website, and is certified as the form of that legislation that is correct under section 45C of the Interpretation.
The legislation requires all secretaries of registered clubs with gaming machines, all hoteliers with gaming machines, and employees of registered clubs and hotels whose duties include gaming machine activities to have completed a Responsible Conduct of Gambling (RCG) course approved by the Secretary, NSW Department of Industry.1.