IMPORTANT NOTICE: A Declared State of Disaster is currently in place across Victoria. For more information, see: COVID-19 information for licensees
From 1 August 2015, new legislative amendments will change who is exempt from Responsible Service of Gaming (RSG) training.
The Victorian Government has released electronic logos for the final phase of implementing the updated Player Information Standards, also known as YourPlay.
Changes to the Gambling Regulation Act 2003 (the Act) came into effect on 1 July 2015. The new legislation repeals a number of specific gambling-related offences and replaces them with three new offences.
In July 2015, the Sporting Legends Club, located in Sale within the Wellington Shire, applied to the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation to vary the number of gaming machines permitted at the club from 74 to 80.
Online improvements to the gaming industry employee (GIE) application form have been made by the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR), making it easier to apply for a licence.
In joint operations with Victoria Police, the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) will be attending the Caulfield Cup targeting patron intoxication and minors gambling or consuming alcohol.
A venue operator licence enables an entity to operate gaming machines in Victoria. Venue operators are granted a licence for 10 years, and they must apply to renew approval before the expiry date to continue their licence. This page outlines how to apply for a licence.
Information about obtaining a National Police Certificate (NPC).
This page outlines the requirements for photographs submitted to us.
Information about operating a gaming venue.