Under the Gaming Machines Act 1992 all persons including agents, subcontractors and their employees associated with the installation repair and maintenance of gaming machines need to be appointed by the State Supply Board and approved by the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner. All enquiries should be directed to the State Supply Board in the first instance.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
Fees vary; contact the agency direct for further information about fees
Forms are available from the agency direct.
Department for Administrative and Information Services
State Procurement Board
Gaming Machines Act 1992 (South Australia)
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