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11 September 2006 at 1:09 pm
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The Australian Gaming Council (AGC) has launched its redesigned website to provide more informative data and research about gambling in Australia.

Staff Reporter | 11 September 2006 at 1:09 pm


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Gambling Information Portal
11 September 2006 at 1:09 pm

The Australian Gaming Council (AGC) has launched its redesigned website to provide more informative data and research about gambling in Australia.

The AGC’s CEO Cheryl Vardon says the new website is the most dynamic online resource for gambling.

Vardon says it provides a balanced snapshot of the gambling industry and is a key tool in keeping industry, government and the community informed about gambling in Australia.

New features include details of the AGC’s updated charter and workplan, daily news headlines, research alerts and status reports and a section called ‘spotlight on’ – a dynamic feature exploring the latest initiatives, programs and resources which promote responsible gambling and assistance.

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The most popular features of the AGC website, including fact sheets, the responsible gambling section and the AGC Research Clearinghouse (with 4,000+ Australian and international reports) will be continually expanded and enhanced.

Vardon says the relaunched website complements the revised charter of the AGC, in particular a new focus on education.

The AGC is currently working with Melbourne University and the Victorian Government to advance gambling education for young people.

AGC Chairman Matthew Slatter says the new website will help educate and better inform people about gambling. Greater education will lead to more successful responsible gambling measures.

He says the AGC board is representative of the entire gambling industry in Australia, from hotels, clubs, operators, casinos, manufacturers, wagering and lotteries.
The AGC was formed in June 2000 and supports a sustainable gambling industry providing entertainment and economic benefits while promoting gambling education and responsible gambling measures.

The AGC’s website address is www. austgamingcouncil.org.au.



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