TAG: electronic gaming machines
Latest annual data on gaming machine activity in hotels and clubs suggests that gambling expenditure – i.e. player losses – has partially recovered in the key northern regional economies of Whyalla, Port Augusta and the group of councils comprising Roxby Downs, Coober Pedy and Flinders Ranges. These recoveries follow relatively large falls over earlier years […]
The SA Centre for Economic Studies electronic gaming machine database has been updated to include data for the 2012/13 financial year. The database provides regional information on gaming machine activity in hotels and clubs, including the number of machines and venues, gambling expenditure and taxation revenue. The database is compiled from data sourced from Consumer […]
At a Luncheon Seminar for Corporate Members in late March 2011, Mr Gary Banks, AO, Chairman of the Productivity Commission, gave a speech on evidence and public policy in respect of gambling. A copy of Mr Bank’s speech is now available for download.
The South Australian Centre for Economic Studies’ gambling database has been updated to include gaming machine expenditure, taxation revenue and gaming machine and venue population data for 2008/09 and 2009/10. The database provides regional level data on gaming machine activity in South Australian licensed venues (i.e. hotels and clubs) based on data published and supplied […]