Crown Resorts has been asked by the Victorian Gambling Casino Control Commission to provide all the information on the use of blank cheques in exchange for casino chips. The Melbourne casino was found to allow guests to change blank cheques for gambling chips. Crown Resorts was requested to provide all available information by the VGCCC.
More shocking revelations have come out regarding dubious transactions at Crown Resorts casino Crown Melbourne, which may lead to another fine. The Victorian Gambling Casino Control Commission requested Crown Resorts to provide all available information on the matter after discovering the use of blank cheques in exchange for casino chips.
Crown Melbourne is facing one more record fine
The troubles of the Crown are still going on. In June, the casino was fined a record 80 million Australian dollars ($47 million) for its involvement in the scheme with China UnionPay.
Crown Resorts will have to dig deeper into their pockets in order to pay up the 100 million dollars.
More activities that violate the Casino Control Act have been revealed by the ongoing probe by the Royal Commission. Guests were allowed to change blank cheques for gambling chips at the casino.
To prevent players from wagering more money than they actually have, limits on transactions between the casino and its patrons are in place. They can defend the sector against illicit behavior.
There could be a restriction of the casino’s license and new recommendations for reforms in The Crown Melbourne if the new revelations are found to be true.
Crown has committed to collaborating with the VGCCC
As a result of the Victorian Royal Commission Report, Crown Resorts has made a commitment to fully cooperate with the VGCCC.
Crown Resorts has made significant changes and reforms to its business in response to the government recommendations.
Crown Melbourne has made great strides in complying with all regulations and to achieve a safe and responsible gaming experience for all of its patrons over the past two years, pursuing the route to compliance outlined by the VGCCC.
The casino industry in Australia is in trouble
There are more than one casino in Australia that has violated gambling regulations. The operations of numerous Australian casinos have been the subject of investigations in the last couple of years. Most of the casinos have been involved in schemes with China UnionPay cards or other questionable junket interactions, including The Star Sydney, The Star Gold Coast, and The Crown Perth.