7.04 Electronic Information (Player Information Display (PID))
Each gaming machine available for gaming in Victoria must generate and display electronic game information.
A gaming machine must be capable of generating and displaying, at the election of a player, electronic player information.
See the definition of 'electronic game information' on page 3 of the Gambling Regulations 2015
See regulation 20 of the Gambling Regulations 2015
A venue operator must not allow a gaming machine to be played if it does not function in the manner in which it was designed and programmed to function, and this includes a gaming machine which has ceased to provide the required player information.
See section 3.5.21 of the Gambling Regulation Act 2003
See Chapter 08 – Events, Faults and Malfunctions
Industry participants can access, via the following link, templates to Gaming Machine Event Register (PDF: 63KB) and Suspected Malfunction of a Gaming Machine Form (PDF: 58KB). Venue operators may wish to produce their own documents. However, these templates indicate the minimum details required in a suggested format.