Singapore in sweeping changes to slot club rules

The Singapore government is to introduce stricter rules about the availability and use of slot machines in the city-state’s social clubs. Any clubs that do not meet a new test regarding the scope of their non-gaming amenities will be required to cease slot machine operations by April 30, 2018, said the Ministry of Home Affairs in a statement.

Tighter regulations for clubs with jackpot machines to guard against problem gambling

Clubs with jackpot machines will soon face tighter regulations as part of moves to protect patrons from the harms of gambling, said the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Thursday (July 20). The new measures, to be rolled out over the next two years, include more stringent criteria for jackpot machine permits, tighter quotas for the machines, and restricting access to rooms where they are housed.

Careers: The National University of Singapore Society is actively recruiting for 3 positions

The National University of Singapore Society (NUSS) is the premier graduate club in Singapore with 2 clubhouses and more than 15,000 members. The graduate club provides platforms for all to socialise, network and exchange ideas through recreational, academic, political, social and cultural activities. The club is inviting dynamic individuals to join them.