Once an organization is qualified by the commission for a charity gaming event, what type of licenses can they apply for?

Published 04/21/2008 12:04 PM   |    Updated 05/20/2009 05:39 PM

Once an organization is qualifiedby the commission for a charity gaming event, what type of licenses can they apply for?

Once qualified, an organization may apply for any of the following licenses:

 

Annual Bingo License IC 4-32.2-4-5, IC 4-32.2-4-13, IC 4-32.2-5-6, IC 4-32.2-5-17, IC 4-32.2-5-18

  • An annual bingo license allows an organization to conduct the following activities under that license:
    • Conduct bingo events
    • Conduct raffle drawings
    • Conduct door prize drawings
    • Sell pull-tabs, punchboards, and tip boards at the allowable event
  • Payout limitation per bingo game is $1,000.00
  • Payout limitation per bingo event is $6,000.00
  • A qualified organization may request special permission to increase the bingo prize payout of an event from $6,000 to $10,000 two (2) times per year.
  • The total value of all raffle prizes may not exceed $5,000. 
  • A qualified organization may request special permission to increase the total value of a raffle prize payout to $25,000 if conducted at another allowable event one (1) time per year.
  • The total value of all door prizes may not exceed $1,500
  • License is effective for one year
  • Conduct up to three (3) events per calendar week.
  • Can not conduct more than one event per day              
  • Can not conduct more than two (2) consecutive days
  • Form CG-AB, Annual Bingo License Application
  • Form CG-AB(R), Annual Bingo Renewal Application

 

Special Bingo License IC 4-32.2-4-6, IC 4-32.2-4-13, IC 4-32.2-5-17, IC 4-32.2-5-18

  • A special bingo license allows an organization to conduct the following activities under that license:
    • Conduct bingo events
    • Conduct raffle drawings
    • Conduct door prize drawings
    • Sell pull-tabs, punchboards, and tip boards at the allowable event
  • Payout limitation per bingo game is $1,000.00
  • Payout limitation per event  is $6,000.00
  • A qualified organization may request special permission to increase the bingo prize payout of an event from $6,000 to $10,000 two (2) times per year. 
  • The total value of all raffle prizes may not exceed $5,000. 
  • A qualified organization may request special permission to increase the total value of a raffle prize payout to $25,000 if conducted at another allowable event one (1) time per year.
  • The total value of all door prizes may not exceed $1,500.             
  • One bingo event at only one time and location
  • Form CG-SP, Special Bingo License Application

 

Annual Charity Game Night License IC 4-32.2-2-12, IC 4-32.2-4-7.5, IC 4-32.2-4-13, IC 4-32.2-5-6

  • An annual charity game night license allows an organization to conduct the following activities under that license:
    • Conduct a card game          
    • Conduct a dice game          
    • Conduct a roulette wheel
    • Conduct a spindle game
    • Conduct raffle drawings
        • Conduct door prize drawings            
        • Sell pull-tabs, punchboards and tip boards
      • The total value of all raffle prizes may not exceed $5,000. 
      • A qualified organization may request special permission to increase the total value of a raffle prize payout to $25,000 if conducted at another allowable event one (1) time per year.
      • The total value of all door prizes may not exceed $1,500.
      • License is effective for one year
      • Conduct up to three (3) events per calendar week
      • Can not conduct more than one event per day
      • Can not conduct more than two (2) consecutive days
      • Civic and Veteran groups only
      • Civic and Veteran organization must have ten (10) years existence
      • Form CG-ACGN, Annual Charity Game Night License Application
      • Form CG-ACGN(R) Annual Charity Game Night Renewal Application     

       

      Charity Game Night License IC 4-32.2-2-12, IC 4-32.2-4-7, IC 4-32.2-4-13, IC 4-32.2-4-18, IC 4-32.2-4-19, 68 IAC 21-2-7(b)(3) Emergency Rules

      • A charity game night license allows an organization to conduct the following activities under that license:
        • Conduct a card game          
        • Conduct a dice game
        • Conduct a roulette wheel
        • Conduct a spindle game
        • Conduct raffle drawings
        • Conduct door prize drawings
        • Sell pull-tabs, punchboards, and tip boards
      • The total value of all raffle prizes may not exceed $5,000. 
      • A qualified organization may request special permission to increase the total value of a raffle prize payout to $25,000 if conducted at another allowable event one (1) time per year.
      • The total value of all door prizes may not exceed $1,500
      • One charity game night event at only one time and location      
      • Conduct four (4) Charity Game Night events per year
      • Form CG-CGN, Charity Game Night License Application for a Single Event

       

      Annual Raffle License IC 4-32.2-4-9, IC 4-32.2-4-13, IC 4-32.2-5-6, IC 4-32.2-5-18

      • An annual raffle license allows an organization to conduct the following activities under that license:
        • Conduct raffle drawings
        • Conduct door prize drawings
        • Sell pull-tabs, punchboards, and tip boards
      • No limitation to raffle prize pay out
      • The total value of all door prizes may not exceed $1,500.
      • License is effective for one year
      • Conduct up to three (3) events per calendar week
      • Can not conduct more than one event per day
      • Can not conduct more than two (2) consecutive days
      • Form CG-AR, Annual Raffle License Application
      • Form CG-AR(R), Annual Raffle Renewal Application

       

      Raffle License IC 4-32.2-4-8, IC 4-32.2-4-13, IC 4-32.2-5-18

      • A raffle license allows an organization to conduct the following activities under that license:
        • Conduct raffle drawings
        • Conduct door prize drawings
        • Sell pull-tabs, punchboards, and tip boards
      • No limitation to raffle prize pay out
      • The total value of all door prizes may not exceed $1,500.
      • One raffle event at only one time and location
      • Form CG-RAF, Raffle License Application, Single Event

        Calendar Raffle License 68 IAC 21-3-3

        ·         Actual sell of twelve month calendar with designated prize dates and corresponding prizes

        ·         Tickets for a calendar raffle may not be offered for sale more than one hundred eight (180) days before the raffle drawing

        ·         No calendar may exceed ten dollars ($10.00) in cost for each month covered by the calendar

        ·         Can not conduct more than one event per day

        ·         Drawings may not exceed more than three (3) days per week  

        ·         Drawings may not be more than two (2) consecutive days

        ·         Form CG-CR, Calendar Raffle License Application

         

        Annual Door Prize License IC 4-32.2-4-11, IC 4-32.2-4-13, IC 4-32.2-5-6, IC 4-32.2-5-18, IC 4-32.2-5-19

        • An annual door prize license allows an organization to conduct the following activities under that license:
          • Conduct door prize drawings
          • Conduct raffle drawings
          • Sell pull-tabs, punchboards, and tip boards
        • Total value of all door prize payouts may not exceed $5,000.00 per event
        • A qualified organization may receive special permission to increase the total value of all prize payouts not to exceed $20,000.00 per event one (1) time per year.
        • The total value of all raffle prizes may not exceed $5,000. 
        • A qualified organization may request special permission to increase the total value of a raffle prize payout to $25,000 if conducted at another allowable event one (1) time per year.
        • License is effective for one year
        • Can not conduct more than one (1) event per day
        • Can not conduct more than two (2) consecutive days
        • Can conduct up to three (3) events per calendar week
        • Form CG-ADP, Annual Door Prize License Application
        • Form CG-ADP(R) Annual Door Prize Renewal Application 

         

        Door Prize License IC 4-32.2-4-10, IC 4-32.2-4-13, IC 4-32.2-5-18, IC 4-32.2-5-19

        • A door prize license allows an organization to conduct the following activities under that license:
          • Conduct door prize drawings
          • Conduct raffle drawings
          • Sell pull-tabs, punchboards, and tip boards
        • Total value of all door prizes may not exceed $5,000
        • A qualified organization may receive special permission to increase the total value of all prize payouts not to exceed $20,000.00 per event one (1) time per year.
        • The total value of all raffle prizes may not exceed $5,000. 
        • A qualified organization may request special permission to increase the total value of a raffle prize payout to $25,000 if conducted at another allowable event one (1) time per year.
        • Conduct one door prize event at one time and location
        • Form CG-DP, Door Prize License Application, Single Event

         

        Festival License IC 4-32.2-4-12, IC 4-32.2-5-6

        ·         A festival license allows an organization to conduct the following activities under that license:

        o        Conduct bingo events

        o        Conduct charity game nights

        o        Conduct raffle drawings

        o        Conduct door prize drawings

        o        Sell pull-tabs, punchboards, and tip boards

        • Total value of all bingo prize payouts per game can not exceed $1,000 or $6,000 per event
        • No limitation on raffle prize payout
        • Total value of all door prize payouts may not exceed $1,500
        • Only one (1) festival event per calendar year  
        • A qualified organization may conduct one (1) additional festival event during each six (6) months of a calendar year (total of three (3) events per year)
          • Festival cannot exceed four (4) consecutive days per event
          • Form CG-FES, Festival License Application

           

          Annual Pull Tabs License IC 4-32.2-2-21.5, IC 4-32.2-4-16.5, IC 4-32.2-5-20

          • Sell pull-tabs, punchboards and tip boards
          • Everyday event (24/7)        
          • The total prizes awarded for one (1) pull tab, punchboard, or tip board game may not exceed five thousand dollars ($5,000)
          • A single prize awarded for one (1) winning ticket in a pull tab, punchboard, or tip board game may not exceed five hundred ninety-nine dollars ($599.00)
          • The selling price for one (1) ticket for a pull tab, punchboard, or tip board game may not exceed one dollar ($1.00)
          • Form CG-APT, Annual Pull-Tab License Application
          • Form CG-APT(R), Annual Pull-Tab Renewal Application

           

          Water Race 68 IAC 21-2-7(9)(a)

          • A water race license allows an organization to conduct a water race using qualified personal property.
          • Each item of the qualified personal property is marked with a number corresponding to the number on a chance purchased in a water race.
          • The winner of the water race is determined by the number of the item of the qualified personal property that crosses a designed finish line on the body of water first.
          • Form CG-WR, Water Race License Application, Single Event

           

          Guessing Games 

          • A guessing game license allows an organization to conduct games such as guessing the number of items in a jar
          • No prize payout limitation
          • Form CG-AGG, Annual Guessing Game License Application
          • Form CG-AGG(R), Annual Guessing Game Renewal Application

          Form CG-GG, Guessing Game License, Single Event

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