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 Pages Tagged With: "Board of Charitable Gaming"

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I need to submit a Bingo application each time our organization would like to hold a Bingo event? How many Charitable Gaming events may I apply for on one application? How long does it take for approval of a Gaming application? Are children allowed to play or be present at gaming events? What is […]

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Fee Schedule

Processing Fees for License Applications Submit the processing fee for the type of license application you are filing with the application form. Applications submitted without the processing fee will be rejected. Make the check or money order payable to the “State of Delaware.” Cash is not accepted. Processing fees are non-refundable. Instant or Sealed Games – $300 […]

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Forms

Organizations must receive a gaming permit before advertising or holding any charitable gaming event and before selling raffle tickets. Bingo Events Application for Bingo Permit Bingo Event After Occasion Report   Instant or Sealed Games Application for Instant and Sealed Games Permit   Charitable Gaming Application for Charitable Gaming Permit Charitable Gambling After Occasion Report […]

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Board Members

Francis Gant, Chair Delaware Volunteer Firefighter’s Association Member S. Jay Mervine, Vice Chair Public Member Janet Williams-Coger Non-Profit Member James Ascione Public Member Richard MacDonald State Lottery Office Member

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Texas Hold’em Tournament

Who Can Apply for a Texas Hold’em Tournament Permit Volunteer fire companies, veterans organizations, religious or charitable organizations, and fraternal societies that have been in existence a minimum of two years may apply for a Texas Hold’em Tournament permit, provided: The net profits from permitted tournaments are used solely for the achievement of the purposes […]

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Texas Hold’em Individual

Who Must Apply for a Texas Hold’em Individual License The following persons must apply for Texas Hold’em Individual licensure: employees, principals, owners and contractors of third party vendors bookkeepers and/or treasurers of sponsoring charitable organizations tournament dealers tournament directors   Notice to All Texas Hold’em Individual Applicants Do not misstate or omit any material fact. […]

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Instant or Sealed Games

Who Can Apply for an Instant or Sealed Games Permit Volunteer fire companies, veterans organizations, religious or charitable organizations, and fraternal societies that have been in existence at least two years may apply for an Instant or Sealed Games permit, provided: net profits from instant or sealed games are used solely for the achievement of […]

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Raffle Event

Who Can Apply for a Raffle Permit Volunteer fire companies, veterans’ organizations, religious or charitable organizations, and fraternal societies that have been in existence a minimum of two years may apply for a raffle permit, provided: The net profits from permitted raffles are used solely for the achievement of the purposes of the organization as […]

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Board of Charitable Gaming

Objective and Function The objective of the Board of Charitable Gaming is to protect the public by regulating and policing activities which involve charitable gaming.  To meet this objective, the Board develops standards for professional competency promulgates rules and regulations adjudicates complaints against persons and groups it regulates and, when necessary, imposes disciplinary sanctions. The […]

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Charitable Gaming Vendor

When to File 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 […]

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