Clubs NSW

    ClubsNSW represents more than 1200 member clubs, and makes an important contribution to state and national policy direction, including the development for industry-specific legislation relating to alcohol, gambling, taxation, and industrial relations.In addition to these services, ClubsNSW executes media and PR communications, tailored training solutions, financial services, events, and responsible gambling services.The Association’s purpose is to lead a sustainable industry that makes a growing contribution to the NSW community, seeks to strengthen conditions for those working within the industry, and to support the local communities they serve.

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    Alliance calls for ban on gambling industry political donations

    The Alliance for Gambling Reform is calling for a complete ban on political donations from the gaming industry, after recent disclosures revealed more than A$1.5 million was donated to major political parties in 2016/17, local media reports. According to analysis by the AGR, in 2016/17, there were 20 seperate gambling industry donations to the federal […]

    Tabcorp to sign deal with NSW pubs

    Tabcorp will soon be announcing a five-year partnership with the Australian Hotels Association which will allow pubs to be incentivized for bets placed by customers using the TAB app, local media reports. Under the deal, around 1116 NSW pubs will be eligible to receive a commission from bets placed at their venues on the TAB […]

    CrownBet deal brings NSW clubs online

    CrownBet has become the official betting partner of Clubs NSW, which will allow the online operator to offer its digital betting services to punters in NSW venues, local media reports. Under the terms of the partnership, participating clubs in NSW for the first time will be able to earn commission on any bets made with […]

    Tatts Group bid almost double for NSW pokies monitoring deal

    Australian wagering giant Tatts Group bid close to twice the amount of its contenders to win the monitoring deal for NSW’s poker machines, local media reports. In February, Tatts won exclusive monitoring rights for all NSW hotel club and gaming machines until 2032, out-bidding Clubs NSW and the Hotel Association of NSW by almost double […]
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