Star Entertainment slapped with $140k fine

Star Entertainment has been fined $140,000 after the casino company pleaded guilty to several offences, including helping gamblers to buy chips using a credit card.

The company pleaded guilty to the offences, which occurred at both its Brisbane and Gold Coast casinos in 2017, 2018 and 2022, and which it self-reported to the regulator.

Some of the offences occurred in Star’s Gold Coast casino, located in Broadbeach.

The Brisbane Magistrates Court on Wednesday heard there was no audit process…

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