The government has agreed that there is a need for the development of an appropriate licensing, monitoring, inspection, supervision and enforcement regime for land based gaming machines, in either casinos or located elsewhere, that may be played for monetary reward. The 2013 Scheme requires further development with regard to issues such as numbers and locations for machines and stake or prize amounts. The new regulatory authority would have the responsibility to develop the necessary term and conditions. These conditions must be clear, fair, legitimate and transparent to all. There is evidence of movement away from land based gaming machines in favour of on-line versions. Any discriminatory licensing approaches to gaming machines might attract legal challenge by operators.