On 14 July 2011, the South Australian government introduced a market priced trading system to allow eligible persons to purchase and sell gaming machine entitlements. Full details are prescribed in the Gaming Machines Regulations 2005.
An information guide which explains the approved trading system and how to submit offers to purchase or sell gaming machine entitlements in a Trading Round is available here:
When a trading round is announced an eligible person can submit a written offer to –
- purchase a gaming machine entitlement by specifying the highest price that they would be willing to pay for the entitlement if their offer was accepted; and
- sell a gaming machine entitlement by specifying the lowest price that they would be willing to accept as payment for the entitlement if their offer was accepted.
Proposed dates and results of trading rounds and a list of gaming machine entitlements held in South Australia are now available.
- Proposed dates and results of Gaming Machine Entitlement Trading Rounds 2015 to 2017
- Gaming machine entitlements held in South Australia
Trading round announcements are shown below.
Trading round 14/2017 – applications have closed
Offers for trading round 14/2017 closed on Friday 8 September 2017 at 5.00pm.
The Commissioner has fixed the trading day for trading round 14/2017 as Thursday 12 October 2017.
All persons who have submitted offers in this trading round will be notified in writing of whether their offer has been accepted or not after this date
Following the trading day, the results of the trading round including the successful purchaser price and vendor price will also be published here.
Trading round 13/2017 – closed
Trading round 12/2016 – closed
Trading round 11/2016 – closed