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Annual fee for gaming-related licences

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.

For the first time you can now pay the annual gaming-related licence fee through a new online payment system.

To enable licensees to take advantage of the new payment system we are extending the due date for payment of 2019 annual gaming-related licence fees to 15 April 2019.

​Licence fees

The annual licence fee is dependent on your licence type:

​Licence type

Fee per licence

Gaming machine technician’s licence

$200

Gaming machine seller’s licence

$500

Gaming machine testing facility licence

$1,000

Gaming machine dealer’s licence

$10,000

Additional fees

Fee type

Fee per licence

Reinstatement of cancelled gaming-related licence – if a reinstatement is needed due to prior non-payment, full payment of the licence fee and reinstatement fee is required.

$110

​Paying your licence fee

The payment due date for 2019 annual gaming-related licence fees has been extended to Monday, 15 April 2019.

We will contact you with:

  • your individualised annual gaming related licence fee
  • the payment due date (15 April 2019)
  • instructions on how to pay (including how to use the new online payment system).

If your annual fee has not been paid by 15 April the licence will be cancelled, and a fee of $110 will apply to reinstate the licence (up until 15 June 2019).

Key dates

DateActivity

Late February

Fee notice mailed to licensees

15 April

Last day to pay fee before licence cancelled

15 June

Last day to apply for reinstatement

Contact us

T: 1300 024 720 | Monday to Friday | 9am - 4pm
E: contact.us@liquorandgaming.nsw.gov.au
Visit us: Level 6, 323 Castlereagh Street, Haymarket NSW 2000