Australian Capital Territory Casino and Card Room Gaming
The types of gaming machines available for licensing are Class "B" draw poker and keno machines and Class "C" standard video/stepper gaming machines.
The Gaming Machine Act 2004 was put in force on 1 November 2004. The legislation significantly modernizes the old act and increases the accountability and transparency of gaming-machine operations. The Act provides for a maximum of 5,200 machines and requires all gaming-machine-licensed clubs to contribute 7% of the licensee’s net revenue to the community. Any club that fails to meet the contribution requirement is subject to a "Shortfall Tax" at a rate of 100% of the Community Contributions shortfall.
Australian Capital Territory Casino and Card Room Gaming Properties
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