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As part of the Gambling Arrangements 2012, a single, independent monitoring licensee, Intralot Gaming Services Pty Ltd (IGS), has been appointed to provide an electronic monitoring system. All gaming machines in Victorian venues must be connected to this monitoring system. The monitoring licence will be for a 15-year term.
Further information is available in the following information sheets:
- Monitoring requirements - Existing gaming venue operators - December 2012 (PDF, 344KB)
- Monitoring requirements - New gaming venue operators - December 2012 (PDF, 314KB)
- Monitoring requirements - Linked jackpots - April 2012 (PDF, 305KB)
- Preparing for 2012 monitoring requirements FAQs - December 2012 (PDF, 320KB)
- Venue Monitoring Services Agreement - June 2012 (PDF, 315KB)
In 2011 the then Minister for Gaming issued a monitoring licence to IGS. In accordance with section 3.4.53 of the Gambling Regulation Act 2003 (the Act), the Monitoring Licence and Related Agreement (PDF, 3.4MB) is available to download.
In accordance with section 3.4.59 of the Act, the Minister for Gaming has amended the monitoring licence as detailed:
- in the Notice of amendment to monitoring licence - 2 May 2014 (PDF, 1.3MB) which took effect from 2 May 2014
- in the Notice of amendment to monitoring licence - 6 August 2014 (PDF, 1.1MB) which took effect from 6 August 2014
A standard for the monitoring system, the Victorian Central Monitoring and Control System Requirements (PDF, 548KB) is published in accordance with section 10.1.5A (2)(a) of the Act and is available for download.