Gambling has long been a part of Australia’s culture and identity and, together with racing and sport, is well established in the national consciousness. State and territory-based regulation of gambling in the early 20th century marked the beginning of the legislative regime in place today. With the introduction of online wagering in the late 20th century, the industry continues to flourish, despite the continuing conflict between the economic returns provided by the gambling sector to state and territory governments, and sporting and racing bodies, and the pressure for governments to take action to minimise problem-gambling behaviour.The Gambling Law Review 2020
The Addisons Gambling Law Team was delighted to provide the Australian chapter to this year’s Gambling Law Review, published by The Law Reviews (TLR).
Authored by partner Jamie Nettleton and solicitor Shanna Protic Dib, this chapter provides a handy and concise overview of gambling law and regulation in Australia, as well as look at the year in review and key points regarding what changes to expect in the near future.
We hope you find this resource useful, please contact us if you are interested in further information relating to the Australian legal position.
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