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21, Dec, 2017

The Liberal National Party has vowed to oppose the inclusion of a casino in plans to develop the Maroochydore Central Business District on Australia’s Sunshine Coast, local media reports.

19, Dec, 2017

The Tasmanian Labor Party’s threat to pull pokie machines from bars and clubs will result in a loss of jobs and a $31 million hole in the state budget, according to The Gaming Technologies Association.

15, Dec, 2017

Tabcorp is planning to close online bookmaker Luxbet following its $11 billion merger with Tatts Group, according to Australian media reports.

14, Dec, 2017

Crown Resorts on Thursday said it has signed a number of agreements aimed at reducing its debt, including selling its interest in Alon Las Vegas for $300 million.

14, Dec, 2017

Australia’s population has access to more pub and club-based slot machines than any other country in the world, according to a report from The Australia Institute.

14, Dec, 2017

Ainsworth Game Technology has announced it has received the final gaming regulatory approvals for the sale of founder, Len Ainsworth’s shares to Novomatic AG.

14, Dec, 2017

Aristocrat Leisure Limited has announced the appointment of Ms Julie Cameron-Doe as its new chief financial officer, subject to regulatory pre-approvals.

14, Dec, 2017

Comtrade Gaming has announced that their G2S Protocol Engine is now a part of Tatts Group’s newly implemented MAXsys monitoring system for New South Wales, Australia.

13, Dec, 2017

The Supreme Court of Victoria has approved the scheme of arrangement for the combination of Tabcorp and Tatts Group.

13, Dec, 2017

Tasmania may be the first state in Australia to remove slot machines from its pubs and clubs, as long as the opposition party wins the state election next year, local media reports.

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