Casino (Management Agreement) Act 1993

In accordance with Section 25 of the Casino Control Act of 1991, the Commission is required to conduct an audit of the casino operator Crown Melbourne Limited and its licence at a maximum interval of five years. Casino Control (Fees) Regulations 2015 charges a fee for various applications, including a special casino license application for employees. A junket operator is an individual or organization that promotes and introduces a person or group of people to play in a casino. Junket operators receive a commission based on the turnover of the game at the casino. An associate staff member is a person who holds or holds relevant financial interests, is empowered to exercise relevant authority, or is able to exert a significant influence on the administration or operation of the casino. Under the Casino Control Act of 1991, we authorized the casino, approved its employees and licensed certain employees with gambling-related functions. Audits ensure that slot machines are properly installed and operate on approved software, that Casino employees strictly comply with all relevant requirements, and that the integrity of the games played on the casino is preserved. You will find copies of previous casino reviews below. As part of our current regulatory control over Crown, we are required to conduct a casino operator check every five years. Each review contains recommendations that Crown must implement. We will then monitor and evaluate Crown`s implementation of these recommendations. On November 19, 1993, the Casino licence was awarded to Crown Melbourne Limited pursuant to Part 2 of the Casino Control Act 1991.

Until now, there were four variants of the license. Since 2013, more than 1,500 casino audits have been conducted as part of our compliance program. Premium player arrangements (or programs) are approved arrangements in which Crown agrees to pay a commission to a casino benefactor based on their casino revenue. Our organization, other supervisory authorities and enforcement agencies are aware of the potential risks associated with money laundering and other criminal activities in casinos, including through junket operations. We cooperate collaboratively and proactively with other law enforcement authorities to ensure that the casino is free of criminal influence. We have formal information exchange agreements with Victoria Police and the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC). AUSTRAC is Australia`s financial reporting unit and the anti-money laundering and terrorist financing regulator. The Gambling Regulation Act 2003 regulates the conduct of gambling activities in Victoria, with other than the casino. The purpose of the legislation is to promote responsible gambling for: The Casino Control Act of 1991 regulates the conduct of gambling activities in Victoria casinos.