Licensed Gaming Revenues Earned by Class A Ticket Raffles

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Published by the Ministry of Attorney General - Gaming Policy and Enforcement
Licensed under Open Government Licence - British Columbia

Eligible community organizations may hold licensed gaming events to generate revenue that benefits programs and services they deliver. Class A licensed ticket raffles are those that are expected to generate gross revenue of more than $20,000. Net revenue is determined from revenue reports submitted after the gaming event has finished. Revenue information submitted after the cutoff date for a given fiscal year is not included in this report. Registered raffles: anticipated gross revenue is $250,000 or more. Major raffles: anticipated gross revenue is $100,000 or more, but less than $250,000. Minor raffles: anticipated gross revenue is more than $20,000 and less than $100,000. Gaming event licences are associated with government fiscal years based on their 'end date'.

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OrganizationMinistry of Attorney General
Sub-OrganizationGaming Policy and Enforcement

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Record Published 2011-08-15
Record Last Modified 2020-06-08
Resource Status completed