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The Victorian gaming expenditure data for 2019-20 financial year is now available.
The Victorian gaming expenditure data for the 2019-20 financial year is now available.
The total gaming expenditure for Victoria in 2019-20 was $1,988,211,131.12 – a decrease of 26.33 per cent on the previous year.
Every July the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) publishes the annual gaming expenditure data for the previous financial year. The data outlines total gaming expenditure and gaming venue information, including venue classification and electronic gaming machine numbers for Victoria.
VCGLR Director of Licensing, Alex Fitzpatrick said “Victorian gambling venues have been closed since the State of Emergency was declared on 16 March 2020. Gaming expenditure data for April, May and June 2020 reflects these closures.
“We routinely publish gaming data on the fourth Friday of every month (for the previous month) as well as biannually for certain expenditure sets,” Ms Fitzpatrick said.
The range of datasets available include:
“We also maintain the interactive licensed venue map which plots all gambling and liquor venues across metropolitan and regional Victoria,” Ms Fitzpatrick said.
More information about reports, studies and data relating to the activities of the VCGLR can be found on our website, see: Find venue data