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G​ambling
Contingency notices
A contingency is an approved betting event in South Australia.
CBS
Assurances and undertakings
Lifestyle Mobility assure the Commissioner that they will not make a false or misleading representation concerning the existence, exclusion or effect of any condition, warranty, guarantee, right or remedy.
G​ambling
Code of practice
This code of practice is inclusive of the advertising code of practice and the responsible gambling code of practice.
G​ambling
Policies
These guidelines are intended for use by training providers for the evaluation of courses of training submitted to the Commissioner which are required to be undertaken by casino staff employed or engaged by the Casino licensee in South Australia.
G​ambling
Policies
These guidelines are intended for use by suppliers of TITO proprietary equipment, cash redemption terminals, gaming machine manufacturers, Accredited Testing Facilities (ATF) and Regulators to support the implementation of TITO at the licensed casino.
G​ambling
Policies
These guidelines are intended for use by system developers, regulators and the holder of the casino licence to support the evaluation and implementation of account based cashless gaming systems at the licensed casino for the purposes of the Casino Act 1997.
G​ambling
Policies
These guidelines are intended for use by betting operators authorised to operate in South Australia under the Authorised Betting Operations Act 2000.
G​ambling
Policies
These guidelines are intended for training providers for the evaluation of courses of training submitted to the Commissioner which are required to be undertaken by gaming managers and gaming employees in South Australia.
G​ambling
Policies
These guidelines are intended for suppliers of TITO proprietary equipment, cashable ticket redemption terminals, gaming machine manufacturers, Accredited Testing Facilities (ATF), Regulators, and gaming venues to support the implementation of TITO in South Australian hotels and clubs.
G​ambling
Policies
These guidelines are intended for system developers, regulators, holders of gaming machine monitor licences and holders of gaming machine licences to support the evaluation and implementation of account based cashless gaming systems in South Australian hotels and clubs for the purposes of the Gaming Machines Act 1992.

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