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Where do Gaming Machine Profits Go?



This report, provides results from a survey conducted April-June 1996, of gaming machine operators on the contribution their profits make to community purposes. Gaming Censorship Regulation (GCR), Department of Internal Affairs contracted Research Services, to undertake the survey. 944 societies (74.4% of all eligible gaming machine operators) responded to the survey.

The majority of respondents were clubs (including chartered clubs, RSAs, sports clubs and other clubs). Results from the survey showed that a total of over $17 million was distributed for community/club purposes.



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