Australia to fund Olympics campaign with a lottery.

New lottery to fund Australian Olympics campaign

The federal government plans to institute a sports lottery that’s expected to raise US$74.54 million for Australia’s Tokyo Olympics campaign.

Sports betting mostly goes through online wagering Australia.

Internet hoards sports betting in Australia

A UBS report reveals that nearly 65 percent of sports wagers in Australia were placed online during the second half of 2016.

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Melco Crown partnership officially ended

The Australian-based Crown Resorts announced that the company and Melco have finally parted ways.


AGE updates event’s schedule

Organisers released the seminar program to run over two days at the Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE).

ACT to analyse Tabcorp merger with Tatts.

ACT to examine Tabcorp-Tatts merger

The Australian Competition Tribunal has to decide on whether the merger between Tabcorp and Tatts will hurt competition or not.

Australia to block ISPs.

Australia weighs new measures against unlicensed iGaming sites

The government is evaluating blocking ISPs in order to prevent unlicensed iGaming sites from operating in Australia.

The new ICC Sydney to shine for AGE 2017

The exhibition space features conference rooms offering views beyond to the City Skyline.

Australian players protected under new law

The Australian government has announced new regulations for the iGaming industry.

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Queen’s Wharf casino referendum denied

The state government stopped a push from the Queensland Green to publicly vote on the upcoming Queen’s Wharf casino.


Australia to introduce sports betting ads ban

The Australian government is set to introduce a proposal next Tuesday that would ban betting advertisement during games.

Queensland casino questioned by opposition

As current Queensland authorities began the licensing process for the third casino, opposition publicly questioned their intentions.

Tatts Tabcorp merger is being challenged.

Tatts-Tabcorp merger is being challenged

The Pacific Consortium has presented a new multi-billion-dollar offer in cash to takeover Tatts Group after being rejected last December.