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The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) prepares and publishes decisions and reasons for decisions in relation to certain gaming applications and disciplinary action proceedings.
As previously advised, gaming taxes due and payable by venue operators for March 2020 were deferred by the Victorian Government. This was to assist venue operators in their management of the impacts of the Coronavirus global pandemic.
We prepare and publish decisions and reasons for decisions in relation to certain liquor applications and disciplinary action proceedings.
Requirements of monitoring tickets from gaming machines and actioning any data reconciliation issues
Licensees and industry stakeholders are invited to provide feedback on their experiences via our annual stakeholder satisfaction survey.
The last year has been a challenging time for the industry and as venue operators take steps to reopen responsibly, we’ve developed a new Gaming Venue Checklist to assist.
We are looking at ways to help licensees and their employees remain compliant by providing education online, using digital tools.
VCGLR Inspectors will be visiting gaming venues during March, to ensure they comply with the Responsible Gambling Code of Conduct (the code).
VCGLR approved training organisations provide students with a VCGLR branded certificate upon completion of their Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) course, allowing them to work in licensed venues in Victoria.
The Department of Justice and Community Safety has advised that gaming taxes for November and December 2020, and January 2021 will be swept on Monday 8 February.