The rules applicable to gambling activities in Tasmania are detailed below.
CCTV Surveillance Certification
The national guidelines below relate to the independent review process required for in-house development and ongoing delivery of responsible service of online wagering training. This is to be read in conjunction with the Tasmanian Gaming Licence Commission Rules.
Tasmanian Gaming Licence - Guidelines - Independent Review for in-house training (responsible online wagering services) (PDF 184Kb)
The Tasmanian Liquor and Gaming Commission has approved a number of "Sports Events" on which wagers can be placed in Tasmania. A list of approved sports events is available on the link below.
Approved Sports Events
To operate as a corporate bookmaker in Tasmania, current or potential corporate bookmakers must comply with the requirements of the Gaming Control Act 1993. To assist in identifying obligations under the Act, a series of fact sheets have been prepared. These fact sheets have been developed to cover what is considered to be the main topics impacting on potential operators. Nonetheless, other provisions within the Act may also apply and therefore it is important that potential operators are aware of all their obligations under the Act.
Audit Process (122Kb)
Bank Accounts and Bank Account Audits (81Kb)
Disciplinary Process (138Kb)
Dormant Accounts (113Kb)
Exclusions (Registered Players) (148Kb)
Gaming Equipment Approval (79Kb)
Internal Controls (124Kb)
Players Funds Deductions (82Kb)
Registered Player Complaints (110Kb)
Remitting Funds of Active Players (80Kb)
Roll of Recognized Manufacturers, Suppliers and Testers of Recognized Gaming Equipment (114Kb)
Self Limit on Wagers by Players (124Kb)
Special Employee Licensing
Further information regarding wagering activities in Tasmania can be obtained by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.