Maxgaming provides monitoring and value add services such as wide area linked jackpots to hotels and clubs in NSW, Queensland and the Northern Territory. With a total of more than 4,500 venues and 132,000 machines monitored across its network, Maxgaming is the largest monitor of gaming machines in the world.
Maxgaming entered the gaming machine monitoring business in 1998 when it became the first LMO (licensed monitoring operator) to be production approved by the Queensland Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation. The first move beyond state borders came through winning a tender in 2001 for the exclusive licence to supply monitoring services to the Northern Territory. In 2004 we began operation in NSW when we acquired TAB Ltd’s NSW’s gaming business from TABCorp.
Much of what Maxgaming does is invisible to the player however there are a number of optional services that we offer that add excitement and entertainment value to playing gaming machines. Venues in Northern Territory and Queensland rely on the monitoring systems to drive in-house and wide area jackpots. We also supply the Cougar loyalty system which provides a sophisticated whole of venue solution to recognising and rewarding both machine players and venue regulars. We also offer a cashless gaming component with pre-commitment abilities. Gaming venue managers utilise our web-based Maxreports management information software to generate regulatory reports, check cash clearances and analyse the performance of their gaming machines. We also provide our Queensland customers with gaming machine maintenance as well as schedule and coordinate their gaming machine installs and conversion orders.
Within New South Wales, in addition to our exclusive monitoring licence we also hold the exclusive licence to provide State Wide Linked jackpots. With over 4,000 machines linked across the state we offer the largest Jackpot pools with prizes up to $125,000 on offer.