Tag Archives: Responsible Wagering Australia

Tabcorp CEO Attenborough calls for Australian advertising overhaul

David Attenborough, CEO of Tabcorp, has called on the Australian federal government to tighten restrictions around gambling advertising on prime-time television. The CEO of the ASX-registered gambling group detailed his belief that the government should reform Australia’s current advertising landscape, with a particular focus on limiting betting marketing during live sports events. He cited exposure to children being greater during …

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Tabcorp: Banks responsible for gambling credit card ban

David Attenborough, CEO of Tabcorp, has reportedly argued that banks should have responsibility for implementing a ban on the use of credit cards for making betting payments in Australia. According to ZDNet, the CEO made the remarks whilst addressing the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Security last week.  The committee is currently conducting an inquiry into the use …

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New chapter for Australian online gambling, as states commit to ‘National Framework’ mandate

Australia’s six state governments have committed to the mandate of the nation’s first ‘National Consumer Protection Framework’ ensuring greater public safeguards and standards on interactive wagering and gambling services. Referred to as the ‘National Framework’, the governments of New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia will collaborate on developing consistent nationwide policies, regulating the online gambling sector. Despite …

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Victoria to introduce lowest consumption tax in Australia

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The Victorian Government is to introduce an eight per cent online point of consumption tax, which it has been stated will raise an estimated $30m per year, report Australian media outlets. Coming into force at the start of 2019, and taking a proportion of bookmakers monthly earnings, Treasurer Tim Pallas, announcing its introduction, said the tax has been designed to …

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