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Plan Beyond 2012 says former Premier Kennett

Victoria’s clubs and hotels must plan at least 5 years beyond the 2012 gaming industry restructure to 2017, according to former Premier Jeff Kennett. During an inspiring address at the Victorian Gaming Machine Briefing yesterday, Mr Kennett said that the introduction of the new structure in 2012 would “only get



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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