Themed blog for gambling lovers in Australia

Basically, the main page of our site is devoted to reviews of gambling in New Australian casinos and it may seem boring to someone, so we decided to mix the content with informative or funny news
 
Gambling in Australia is undoubtedly a popular leisure activity.
More than 80% of the country's adult population spend at least 1/5 of the working week at the poker table or online pokies. Only 4% of the total number of avid gamblers spend 62% of their money on gambling.

Of course, gambling is a bright and fun pastime that gives pleasure, and the moments of winning a large sum are filled with euphoria and positive feelings, but gambling also has a downside - the dark side. As you already understood, we are talking about addiction. For Australian society, this is a serious problem since 2005 (the peak of the popularity of gambling establishments and the wildly growing market for online casinos). Approximately 130,000 people (mostly adults), which, by the way, is 1% of the total Australian population, have serious problems associated with gambling. Besides, about 300,000 people are prone to gambling addiction.
Total employment in the gambling industry in Australia (thousands of people) since 1984
Therefore, from time to time you need to stop your flow of thoughts in your head, calm down and pause! So that your pause does not seem so boring to you, we invite you to read some interesting news from the world of gambling in Australia
Poker machines in Tasmania shut down after ransomware attack
Federal Group was forced to shut down gaming machines at Hobart's Wrest Point and Country Club in Launceston.
Poker machines at Tasmania's two casinos have been offline since the Easter weekend due to a ransomware cyber-attack.
Owner Federal Group was forced to shut down gaming machines at Hobart's Wrest Point and the Country Club in Launceston following an "incident" in the early hours of 3 April.
Read more: The Guardian
Published: 2021-04-15 12:01
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The next update of the date of the iGB Affiliate London
iGB Affiliate London will run from February 2-5, 2022.
iGB Affiliate London is the premier international event and community for anyone interested in the iGaming industry. If you are looking for CEO trends or are excited about the latest news on gambling regulation, news about new markets or products across all gambling sectors, this is the perfect place for you and you just have to be there. iGB Affiliate London provides you with a dynamic platform to discuss, learn and most importantly connect with a large pool of industry professionals who can help take your business to the next level.
Published: 2021-03-24 16:29
Scientific Games Corporation announces a new contract
U.S. Company's New Five-Year Contract with World's Leading Instant Game Lottery Includes Player Digital Engagement to Help Protect Revenues.

In November 2020 Scientific Games Corporation announces it has been awarded a new, five-year contract from the Massachusetts State Lottery Commission (MSLC) to supply the Massachusetts Lottery with its world-leading instant games, second chance promotions and digital engagement programs.

Scientific Games' new contract, which may be extended up to two years by MSLC, is expanded to include consumer digital services that will engage players through exciting second chance game features and help the Lottery protect and grow revenues for the Commonwealth.

Published: 2021-02-25 23:29
Aristocrat Gaming goes LIVE
Our global land-based business is spreading the peacock's tail. We thought for a long time and came to the conclusion that it was time to change to a brighter and more colourful side. Now we are called Aristocrat Gaming and together with the neon gradient, the next chapter of our story begins. Well, let's start!

The Future Innovation, creativity and the desire to harness the power of the game means our future looks bright. Are you ready to come up with what it looks like? Contact us and start your journey with us today. Interaction with other people

Published: 2021-03-01 15:10
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