The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) uses social media to interact with members of the public and the gaming and liquor industries. We encourage an open dialogue. However, when commenting on any of our social media accounts, we ask that you follow the guidelines below:
The VCGLR has four active social media accounts, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn.
A Melbourne Cup sweep is a lottery where entrants are allotted a horse running in the Melbourne Cup and prize winners are determined by the horse’s placing in the race. Check this page for some of our most common Melbourne Cup sweep questions.
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A page describing how the VCGLR uses Twitter.
The VCGLR has an official YouTube channel.
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