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The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) is the independent statutory authority that regulates Victoria's gambling and liquor industries.

Our vision is that Victorians and visitors enjoy safe and responsible gambling and liquor environments.
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Conditions and requirements - manufacturers, suppliers and testers

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This page outlines the special conditions and requirements for manufaturers, suppliers and testers.

Special conditions

A person whose name is listed on the Roll is authorised, subject to the Gambling Regulation Act 2003 (the Act), to do any one or more of the following things as specified in the Commission's determination under section 3.4.63 granting that person's application for listing and subject to any conditions to which that listing is subject—

(a) if the person is listed in the division of the Roll for manufacturers— (i) manufacture, sell or supply approved gaming machines (including obtaining restricted components for the purpose of manufacturing approved gaming machines);

(ii) manufacture, sell or supply restricted components;
(iii) a prescribed activity;

(b) if the person is listed in the division of the Roll for suppliers—

(i) sell or supply approved gaming machines;
(ii) sell or supply restricted components;
(iii) obtain or acquire approved gaming machines or restricted components;
(iv) a prescribed activity;

(c) if the person is listed in the division of the Roll for suppliers of testing services—

(i) enter into arrangements with venue operators to service, repair or maintain gaming equipment through the services of a person holding a gaming industry employee's licence;
(ii) enter into arrangements with gaming operators to service, repair or maintain gaming equipment through the services of persons holding a gaming industry employee's licence;
(iii) enter into arrangements with manufacturers or suppliers of gaming equipment or games or gaming operators to test gaming equipment or games for the purposes of the issue of certificates referred to in section 3.5.4, 3.5.5 or 3.5.13;
(iv) enter into arrangements with persons seeking approval of gaming equipment (within the meaning of the Casino Control Act 1991) to test the equipment for the purposes of the issue of certificates referred to in section 62 of that Act;
(v) enter into arrangements with the holder of the wagering licence, the wagering operator, the wagering and betting licensee or the holder of an on-course wagering permit to test instruments, contrivances, hardware, software or equipment referred to in section 4.2.3 for the purposes of the issue of certificates referred to in that section;
(vi) enter into arrangements with the monitoring licensee, the holder of a public lottery licence or the keno licensee to test instruments, contrivances, hardware, software or equipment referred to in section 3.5.13, 5.2.1A or 6A.2.5 for the purposes of the issue of certificates referred to in those sections;
(vii) enter into arrangements with a licensed provider to test interactive gaming equipment for the purposes of the issue of certificates referred to in section 7.4.4;
(viii) a prescribed activity.

Advertising Requirements

Within 14 days of applying to the VCGLR to be listed in the division of the Roll for manufacturers, suppliers and/or suppliers of testing services, the applicant must publish in a newspaper circulating generally in Victoria and a newspaper circulating in the jurisdiction in which the manufacturer is primarily based.

A notice containing the prescribed information and a statement that any person may object to the grant of the listing by giving notice in writing to the VCGLR within 28 days of the date of publication, stating the grounds for the objection.

Suggested format of the public notice

The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation has received an application from (applicant’s name) of (applicant’s business address) for listing in the division of the Roll for manufacturers, suppliers and/or suppliers of testing services. In accordance with section 3.4.62 of the Gambling Regulation Act 2003, any person or organisation may object to the granting of this application for listing, by giving notice in writing within 28 days from the date of this newspaper, stating grounds for objection to: Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation GPO Box 1988 MELBOURNE VIC 3001 The permissible grounds for objection are specified in the Act and relate to the suitability of the applicant to be licensed.
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11 January 2017