Crown casino and Aristocrat to face lawsuit

Crown casino and Aristocrat face being targeted in landmark legal action for allegedly providing machines to the public that are misleading and deceptive.

Punters tax could be expanded in Australia

According to Tabcorp CEO, more states in Australia could implement the tax.

Nick Xenophon demands crackdown on gambling money laundering

After a Chinese-Australian businessman allegedly washed AUD 850 million (US$637 million) through Melbourne’s Crown Casino, Senator Nick Xenophon is pushing for a crackdown on money laundering in gambling venues.

Australian National Lottery could bet on Olympics

The National Sports Commission will present a request to gather further funds.


Tasmania pushes for poker machine legislation

The legislated maximum number of machines allowed in the state is 3,500, and the Government is seeking to reduce that number.

Fantasy Sports, in Australian TV

CrownBet, Fox Sports and Seven could announce a major agreement to Australian players.

Senate crossbenchers reveal their stance on gambling

On the eve of Parliament’s return, eight Senate crossbenchers meet to discuss the issues they care about before the games in Canberra begin.

Online betting companies join forces with retailers in Australia

After retailers and ASX-listed card company Emerchants closed an agreement, punters will be able to redeem their online betting accounts at convenience stores and service stations around the country.

South Australia raises gambling taxes

The increment on  gambling taxes would generate millionaire annual incomes to the State Budget.

Next Australian parliament may reform gambling

Anti-gambling groups are convinced that the next parliament could present a “wonderful opportunity” to advance on gambling reform.

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Expansion project at Adelaide Casino

Skycity announced the group is planning to spend over US$ 215 million to transform the Adelaide Casino.

Tabcorp strongly defends itself

The Australian gaming operator was accused of 61 new money laundering reporting breaches.