Responsible Gambling

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Responsible gambling can be understood very simply as providing or undertaking gambling activity in a manner whereby the potential for harm that can be associated with gambling is prevented and/or minimised. 

Responsible gambling occurs in a regulated environment as a product of the collective actions and shared commitment of industry, government, the community and individual gamblers themselves.

You can find the AGC's Responsible Gambling Strategy in this section of the site.  

Provided also are links to sites and information sources about responsible gambling as well as information about just some of the measures undertaken to further responsible gambling - including Responsible Gambling Codes of Conduct/Practice and Responsible Gambling Staff Training.