The Independent Gambling Authority is responsible for regulating casino gambling, gaming machines in hotels and clubs, betting on races and sports and for commercial lotteries.

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Latest news from the IGA

New initiative to help tackle problem gambling

10 May 2018

Gaming machines in all South Australian pubs and clubs have been connected to a new automated system that will help staff identify patrons who may be at risk of harm from gambling.

The new initiative, approved by the Board of the Independent Gambling Authority, has seen poker machines hooked up to an automated risk monitoring system.

The system monitors the activity on any given machine, alerting venue staff when patrons have reached a certain threshold of play, based on how long they have been at the machine, or how much they have spent.

Recommencement of 5 year review-social effect inquiry process and principles and responsible gambling agreement

19 January 2018

The Authority previously commenced statutory reviews of the inquiry process and principles prescribed for the purposes of applications for a social effect certificate as well as the responsible gambling agreement under the Gaming Machines Act 1992 (the Act).