Edition #2: Gambling today

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Get out the diary: Responsible Gambling Awareness Week is here!

Save the date, get involved, have a say. Inside gambling gives you the heads up on forthcoming events and activities.

Responsible Gambling Awareness Week

12–18 October 2015

Responsible Gambling Awareness Week promotes the concept of responsible gambling at an individual, gaming industry and community level. It's coordinated by the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation in partnership with local government, the gaming industry and community groups.

To find out about the free events and activities this week in Melbourne and regional Victoria, visit Responsible Gambling Awareness Week.

Upcoming electronic gaming machine (EGM) licensing hearings

Sporting Legends Club

The Sporting Legends Club (Sale) in the Shire of Wellington has applied for an increase of six EGMs, in addition to their existing 74 licensed machines. See the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation website for documents relating to the application by Sporting Legends Club Inc., and confirmation of the hearing date.


VCGLR News is a monthly eNewsletter produced by the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation. It has the latest news, legislative changes and events around gambling regulation.

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