Organizations that sponsor charitable gaming events are allowed to use third-party vendors to supply equipment and workers for the events. The sponsoring organizations contract with the charitable gaming vendors on terms agreed to by the parties. However, charitable gaming vendor are not allowed to receive compensation based on a percentage of the proceeds from a charitable gaming event.
The officers of a Charitable Gaming Vendor business include all owners, directors, partners, members, managers, investors and stockholders of the business (Section 1.0 of the Board’s Rules and Regulations). Each officer must complete a portion of this application, and is considered an applicant for the Charitable Gaming Vendor license. All officers are responsible for reporting events that take place after the application is filed or license issued.
The Privacy Act of 1974, Section 7, requires the following information to be given to all applicants: Applicants for any Delaware professional or occupational license, permit, registration or certificate (other than Gaming permits) are required to provide a U.S. SSN (29 Del. C. §8735(m)). The Division of Professional Regulation uses the SSN primarily to verify identity and safeguard personal information. It may also be used to enforce child support obligation (13 Del. C. §2216) and for other lawful purposes.
An officer of a Charitable Gaming Vendor is required to notify the Board office of the following events.
Example: A new corporate director is named. The new director must submit a Certificate of Individual form to the Board office and arrange for the Board office to receive State of Delaware and Federal Bureau of Investigation criminal background checks.
If the ownership of the business changes, a new application is required.
Example: The business is sold to new owners. The new owners must file a new application. As part of the new application, the new officers must submit Certificate of Individual forms to the Board office and arrange for the Board office to receive State of Delaware and Federal Bureau of Investigation criminal background checks.
Charitable Gaming Vendor licenses expire three years after the issue date. Your organization is required to submit a new application in advance of your license expiration date. You must submit the following: