Victorian Commission for Gambling Regulation

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The Victorian Commission for Gambling Regulation (VCGR) was the gambling regulator in the Australian state of Victoria from 2004 until February 2012. The VCGR was part of the Victorian Department of Justice.

The VCGR regulated the four gambling operators who held a gambling licence in Victoria:

On 6 February, 2012, the VCGR merged with Responsible Alcohol Victoria and formed the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR). The VCGLR takes on and integrates the roles and functions of the Victorian Commission for Gambling Regulation, the Director of Liquor Licensing and the Liquor Licensing Panel. The Commission has the power to undertake disciplinary actions and assumes the administrative and educative functions of Responsible Alcohol Victoria.

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