If you operate gaming machines at your hotel or club, you must:
A detailed description of all your responsibilities are explained in the Maxgaming's CMS Operations Handbook. These include:
If a gaming machine is being serviced or repaired, you need to ensure that the licenced technician completes a CMS connectivity certificate.
Keep a copy of the certificate. You must be able to show the certificate if an inspector asks to see it. If you can't show them your certificate, you could be given an infringement notice of $110 or receive the maximum penalty of $1100.
You can order CMS connectivity certificates, approved by Liquor & Gaming NSW, using FM2012 CMS connectivity certificates order form (PDF, 691KB).
More information on the FS3022 CMS and connectivity arrangements fact sheet (PDF, 191KB)
Tax rates for gaming machines