Every holder of a NSW gaming-related licence is required to pay an annual licence fee.
The gaming-related licence fee system ensures that those involved in manufacturing, selling, servicing or testing of gaming machines in NSW make a fair and reasonable contribution to the cost of regulating the industry.
Due to the introduction of an annual Consumer Price Index (CPI) increase for gaming-related annual licence fees, the payment due date for fees has been delayed to 20 March 2020.
A renewal invoice will be emailed to licensees in late February 2020, which will contain their licence number and renewal number.
Paying with a credit card
Use your credit card to pay online at: https://www.onegov.nsw.gov.au/gls_portal/Renew
You will need your licence number and renewal number to pay. A surcharge of 0.4% will be added to credit card payments.
Paying via BPAY
You will need your biller code and customer reference number to pay via BPAY through phone or internet banking.
If you hold a gaming technician, seller, testing or dealer's licence and have not received your renewal notice via email by March, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your name, licence number and updated email address.
Late February 2020
Fee notices emailed to licensees
Last day to apply for licence reinstatement and pay fee
Technician licence ID cards expire after five years and must be renewed separately. If you need to renew your card, please complete a GRL100 Gaming machine technician’s licence form.
If you require more information, or if you have been affected by bushfires and you require further assistance:
T: 1300 024 720 | Monday to Friday | 9am - 4pmE: email@example.com