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AGMMA SUPPORTS PLAYER INFORMATION

The Australasian Gaming Machine Manufacturers Association (“AGMMA”) today supported the introduction of a Player Information Display (“PID”) feature on new gaming machines in Queensland’s casinos, clubs and hotels.  AGMMA’s Executive Officer Ross Ferrar applauded the Queensland Government’s new initiative at today’s PID launch, which was hosted by the Deputy Premier,

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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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Australia Industry Australasian Gaming Council Australian Hotels Association Clubs Australia Club Managers’ Association Australia Leagues Clubs Australia Regulatory Liquor & Gaming NSW Queensland Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation VIC: The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation SA: Independent Gambling Authority Tasmanian Liquor and Gaming Commission NT Gambling and

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Gaming Technologies Association Statement

In response to an article in the Australian Financial Review the CEO of the Gaming Technologies Association (GTA) Ross Ferrar today said: “We understand a number of our members are engaged in good faith discussions with Coles (Spirit Hotels) regarding their interest in a trial of maximum $1 bets in

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Australasian Gaming Expo Wows the Crowds

After 24 years, the annual Australasian Gaming Expo has finally closed its doors at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre at Darling Harbour. Gaming and hospitality executives from around the region packed the show floor again this year to see and compare the world’s best and latest gaming and hospitality

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