Games of skill – not much to them, right?

2 August 2017
David Smith, Consultant, Melbourne

Running your comp as a game of skill has many advantages, given that the gaming authorities don’t need to get involved. However, you may be surprised to know that there are a few things to consider (legally speaking) in planning and executing your skill comp successfully. To view full size article, click here.


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