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GAMING MACHINE MANU FACTURERS SUPPORT FEDERAL GOVERNMENT RESPONSE TO PRODUCTIVI TY COMMISSION REPORT

The Gaming Technologies Association (GTA) – representing poker machine manufacturers – today broadly supported some key aspects of the Federal Government’s response to what it saw as a “disappointing” final report of the Productivity Commission’s Inquiry into Gambling. “The government has importantly called for a ‘nationally consistent’ model for electronic

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Setting the Record Straight on Electronic Gaming Machines The Gaming Technologies Association (GTA) represents gaming machine technology suppliers by providing policy leadership and industry advocacy. Following recent claims made about illegal tampering with Electronic Gaming Machines (EGM) the GTA responds below to these inaccurate claims. This fact sheet does not

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PC DRAFT REPORT ON GA MBLING – CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES AHEAD

Today’s release of the Productivity Commission’s draft report on gambling presents challenges and opportunities for the industry, according to the Gaming Technology Association’s Chief Executive, Ross Ferrar.  The Productivity Commission’s draft report contains a number of recommendations that are likely to be detrimental to the 140,000 Australians employed in hospitality

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Policy or Politics?

With the ink on the Productivity Commission’s draft report on its gambling inquiry barely dry, politically charged proposals were made today by Senator Nick Xenophon in an apparent attempt to hijack an otherwise sensible public debate.  Senator Xenophon announced that he will introduce a Private Senator’s Bill during the next

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