“We are making progress and hope to have a certain amount of betting by Sunday afternoon,” said a TAB spokesman.
“It’s not about flicking a switch and turning everything back on, it’s like putting a puzzle back together.
“If it means we have to prioritize one product over another in order to get things going, then that will happen.
“It can mean that win and place bets at the expense of, for example, Quinella bets go online for a certain period of time, but we are still working on the problems and have been working non-stop since Saturday morning.”
While punters continue to be unable to access their online TAB accounts or bet in retail stores in NSW and Victoria, those wagering in the former “UBET States” can still bet in retail stores and on course even though they are not online.
Less than two years ago, the UBET brand was acquired by TAB, and the states previously covered by UBET are South Australia, Queensland, Tasmania and the Northern Territory.
In the UBET states, the only races scheduled for Sunday are in Penola in South Australia and on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, while other TAB meetings on Sunday are the Ararat Cup meeting and Benalla in Victoria, Armidale and Warren in NSW and York in WA are.
The TAB system failed late Saturday morning and, despite all efforts, was still out of order 24 hours later on one of Australia’s biggest racing days. The industry had millions of dollars out of its pocket and the punters were furious.
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