Tasmanian gamblers have been barred from using various forms of cashless technology to play the pokies.
Venues are unable to accept bank deposits or electronic funds transfers and similar digital payments for gambling purposes under a measure introduced by the Tasmanian Liquor and Gaming Commission.
State Treasury's Liquor and Gaming branch said the commission made the decision among amendments to its mandatory code of practice which took effect on March 1.
"This amendment ensures customers are only able to access additional funds through typical withdrawal methods, such as ATMs and EFTPOS, which have cash limits," Liquor and Gaming said.
Greens Hotel, in Burnie, was fined $336 for allowing people to remain on licensed premises when unauthorised to do so and $840 for "sell (liquor) except as authorised".
The MODE Bar and NiteClub, in Launceston, was fined $815 for allowing people to remain on licensed premises when unauthorished to do so.
The Mobius Lounge Bar, in Hobart, had conditions imposed on its out of hours permit and hours reduced following what Liquor and Gaming said was the sale and consumption of liquor in the licensed premises causing disorderly conduct in the premises and in its neighbourhood.
Three people received letters of censure for playing keno at the venues where they were employed.
Two men had their licences suspended for playing keno at the venues where they were employed and extending credit to themselves.
UBET Tasmania received a letter of censure over radio advertisements without the required responsible gambling message.
Australian National Hotels, which operates the Wrest Point Hotel Casino and is part of the Federal Group, received a letter of censure over a non-member using a premium player program ATM.