Australian State Introduces Card-Based Gaming to Minimise Gambling Harm

In a nation first, the Tasmanian centre-right Liberal government is strengthening measures to reduce problem gambling through the introduction of a pre-commitment card, which limits the amount people can spend on poker machines per day, per month, and per year.
Deputy Premier and Treasurer Michael Ferguson made the announcement on Thursday in response to the Tasmanian Liquor and Gaming Commission’s report into harm minimisation technologies for electronic gaming machines in Tasmanian hotels, clubs, and casinos.
“We support the Commission’s recommendation to implement a statewide player card gaming system with pre-commitment and cashless gaming,” he said.
“The government also supports the Commission’s view that facial recognition technology is not an effective tool for wider prevention of harm in gaming venues.”…

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