At all times when a gaming machine is available for gaming, the venue operator must ensure that a player information talker is displayed on the gaming machine so that it is clearly visible from the front of the machine.
11.5 Player InformationTalkers
If the player information standards set out two or more player information talkers that differ from each other in form or information or both, the different talkers must be distributed evenly, as far as practicable, within the venue.
Nothing prevents the display of talkers containing information in languages other than English.
Refer to regulation 13 of the Gambling Regulations 2015
For more information, or to order copies of the talkers refer to Player Information Standards* on the Information about gaming signage web page. The talker must be placed so that it does not obstruct access to the label displaying the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) identification number, or any operational functions such as accessing the audit function mechanism.
* Previously known as the Minister's Standards, amended to Player Information Standards by the Gambling Regulation Amendment Regulations 2012 that came into operation on 16 August 2012.