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Legal expert, Jamie Nettleton, discusses the changing legal climate in Australia and what this means for both affiliates and operators. This session will present and discuss opportunities - what you ...

Legal expert, Jamie Nettleton, discusses the changing legal climate in Australia and what this means for both affiliates and operators. This session will present and discuss opportunities - what you should do, know and avoid...

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  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law Jamie Nettleton
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • Introduction
    • Australian culture
    • Two-up
    • Melbourne Cup
    • The Facts
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • wagering
    • sportsbetting
    • pools
    • footy tipping
    • casinos
    • EGMs
    • lotteries
      • Instant
      • Lotto
    • keno
    • minor games
      • Charities
      • Calcuttas
      • Sweepstakes
      • Raffles
      • Bingo
    • Poker
    • Online gaming
      • Trackside
      • casino games
    What forms of gambling activities are regulated?
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • wagering 3
    • sportsbetting 3
    • pools 3
    • footy tipping 3
    • casinos
    • EGMs
    • lotteries 3
      • Instant
      • Lotto 3
    • keno
    • minor games
      • Charities
      • Calcuttas
      • Sweepstakes
      • Raffles
      • Bingo
    • Poker
    • Online gaming
      • Trackside
      • casino games
    What forms of activity are provided online by Australian operators?
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • History
    • State Legislation
    • Federal Intervention
      • Productivity Commission 1999
      • Interactive Gambling Act 1999 - 2001
      • Harm Minimisation legislation 2008 - 2010
      • Productivity Commission 2008 - 2010
    • Future
      • Harmonisation
      • Reform
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • Trends in Australian Gambling Regulation
    • State v Federal
    Victoria A.C.T Norfolk Island Tasmania Northern Territory Western Australia South Australia New South Wales Queensland
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • Casinos – 1 (Star City - Tabcorp)
    • TAB – TAB (Tabcorp)
    • Bookmakers – Yes (restricted)
    • EGMs – Yes
    • Lotteries – Tattersalls
    • No interactive gambling legislation
    Victoria A.C.T Norfolk Island Tasmania Northern Territory Western Australia South Australia New South Wales Queensland New South Wales
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • Casinos – 1 (Crown)
    • TAB – Tabcorp
    • Bookmakers – Yes
    • EGMs – Yes
    • Lotteries
      • Tattersalls
      • Intralot
    • Interactive gambling legislation
    VICTORIA
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • Casinos – 4 (3 Tabcorp/1 Casinos Austria)
    • TAB – Unitab
    • Bookmakers – Limited
    • EGMs – Yes
    • Lotteries - Tattersalls
    • Interactive gambling legislation
    Queensland
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • Casinos – 1 (Sky City)
    • TAB – Unitab
    • Bookmakers – Limited
    • EGMs – Yes
    • Lotteries – SA Lotteries
    • No interactive gambling legislation
    South Australia
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • Casinos – 2 (1 Sky City/1 Lasseters)
    • TAB – Unitab
    • Bookmakers – Corporate (10)
    • EGMs – Yes
    • Lotteries
      • Tattersalls
      • Mail Order
    • Interactive gambling legislation
    Northern Territory
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • Casinos – 1 (Crown)
    • TAB – RWWA
    • Bookmakers – Limited
    • EGMs – No
    • Lotteries – Lotterywest
    • No interactive gambling legislation
    Western Australia
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • Casinos – 2 (Federal Hotels)
    • TAB – Tote Tasmania
    • Bookmakers
      • Limited
      • Betfair
    • EGMs – Yes
    • Lotteries – Tattersalls
    • Interactive gambling legislation
    Tasmania
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • Casinos – 1 (Casinos Austria)
    • TAB – ACT TAB
    • Bookmakers – Corporate
    • EGMs – Yes
    • Lotteries - Tattersalls
    Victoria A.C.T Norfolk Island Tasmania Northern Territory Western Australia South Australia New South Wales Queensland Australian Capital Territory
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • Australia – Tensions in Gambling Regulation
    • Terrestrial v Remote (Telephone/Internet)
    • Monopoly v Free Trade
    • Revenue Generation v Harm Minimisation
    • Prohibition v Regulation
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • Australia – Gambling Myths
    • Internet gambling is prohibited
    • There are no gambling opportunities in Australia
    • Legislation will become more restrictive
    • There are no votes in gambling
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • The Future
    • Productivity Commission Recommendations
    • Managed Liberalisation
      • The Australian government should repeal the Interactive Gambling Act, and in consultation with state and territory governments, should initiate a process for the managed liberalisation of online gaming
    • Federal Government Approach
      • Harm minimisation backlash
      • Electoral delay
    • Internet Filtering
      • What is the debate?
      • Should the gambling sector be worried?
      • What will be the outcome?
    • Consolidation
  • iGB Down Under Gambling in Australia - The Law
    • Jamie Nettleton Partner
    • Level 12 60 Carrington Street SYDNEY NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA
    • Ph: +61 2 8915 1030 Fax: +61 2 8916 2030 email: jamie.nettleton@addisonslawyers.com.au