A gaming repairer licence authorises an individual - employed by a licensed service contractor or licensed monitoring operator - to install and repair gaming machines in clubs and hotels in Queensland.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
You must be 18 years or older.
If you are applying for a gaming repairer licence you must supply a Letter of intent of employment from your employer who must be a current licensed service contractor.
This licence remains in effect for 5 years.
Application fee for gaming repairer licence
Renewal fee for gaming repairer licence
Replacement fee for gaming repairer licence
There are 2 different ways to apply to the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) to become an approved manager:
Complete the online form
Complete Form 82: Application for liquor and gaming individual employees.
The online form gives you 24 hour access to upload the required documentation and pay the prescribed fee. Otherwise you can complete Form 82 and mail it to OLGR.
Note: You may be required under the Gaming Machine Act 1991 to be fingerprinted.
This licence cannot be transferred.
Department of Justice and Attorney-General
Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation
Gaming Machine Act 1991 (Queensland)
Gaming Machine Regulation 2002 (Queensland)
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