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Tasmania is set to become the sixth state in Australia to introduce a point-of-consumption tax, aimed at properly taxing wagering operators on their o

Higher costs associated with Australia’s Point of Consumption Tax (POCT) has ultimately been passed over to gamblers, according to a note from JP Mo

Australian wagering giant Tabcorp will continue to face “resilient” pressure from online bookmaking rivals this year, despite the rollout of new b

The NSW government is set to introduce a 10 percent point-of-consumption tax on all online gambling bets, becoming the fourth state in the country to

Australian betting exchange Betfair warns that “point-of-consumption” taxes could harm the integrity of racing and sports if it pushes punters to

Australia’s online bookmakers are stepping up their efforts to sway government leaders in Victoria from adopting a point of consumption tax, local m

Australia is considering a nationally consistent approach to online gambling taxes, in a move that will see wagering businesses face higher tax bills,

Tabcorp chief David Attenborough has warned global rivals that other Australian states may soon be making similar arrangements to South Australia’s

Australian bookmaker SportsBet has scrapped its plan for a $20 million high tech data facility in South Australia after the state government’s decis

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