About Us

This website, which offers a range of detailed betting information for consumers who love betting responsibly on sports, horse racing, lotteries and eSports, is owned and operated by Punt Media Pty Ltd. The service we offer is a huge range of horse racing, sports and lottery information, analysis, tips and tools that are designed to enhance your enjoyment of and boost the success of your betting.

We are not a betting company ourselves, nor do we own a gambling licence. Rather, we work closely with an array of Australian corporate bookmakers and lottery betting companies across the country, that are all licensed out of the Northern Territory. We strictly ensure that the Interactive Gambling Act, which regulates interactive gambling, including advertising, across Australia, is followed to the letter. We also do not collect any personal data or information from our users except in the ways that are specified in the privacy policy.

The huge array of sports, fantasy sports, racing and lottery betting tips, news, analysis and information we offer is based on betting companies that are operating within the confines of the Financial Transaction Records Act. These betting companies are properly licensed and regulated for the protection of Australian consumers.

Problem Gambling

Most Australians enjoy gambling responsibly. It is a form of enjoyment and entertainment that is a part of most people’s day to day lives; in fact, almost every adult Australian gambles in some form at least once a year. This could be placing the occasional bet on a major horse race, spending an evening at the casino, playing bingo, buying a lottery ticket or ‘scratchie’ or playing the poker machines after a pub meal and beer.

But for some Australians, gambling can become a problem. These problems can develop so that they cause significant harm to the problem gambler and their families. Up to 500,000 million Australians are either already problem gamblers or at increased risk of becoming one, but the important thing to know is that help is available and accessible.

If you feel you are becoming or have already become a problem gambler, you are not alone. But it is important to realise that; if you feel that the problem is getting out of control, you should not hesitate to take action that can really help.

To manage the problem yourself, it is simple to register for the ‘self-exclusion’ program. This program must be provided by all Australian gambling providers, which means that problem gamblers can effectively ban themselves from venues or from internet gambling. The self-exclusion program leaves the consumer in control when it comes to which venues or websites they want to be excluded from, the minimum period of the exclusion, and whether to either extend or end the ban.

Gambling Help Online is a great resource for problem gamblers. Help is free, it’s just a click away, it is available immediately, there is no need to make an appointment and it is available 24/7 via chat and email. You can also seek other gambling counselling services throughout Australia.