View the recent Coronavirus information for licensees
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.
We became aware that gaming venues may not be using the certified TITO systems to immediately validate/redeem TITO tickets when these tickets are presented by patrons.
Liquor licence applications, including variations and transfers received from 1 January 2021 will incur an application fee.
Licensees holding a temporary limited outdoor licence may need to apply to permit non-seated drinking outdoors.
This page summarises the prosecutions for the 2020-2021 financial year.
The Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation has approved the removal of the requirement for electronic gaming machines in hotels and clubs to have hard meters.