Fact Sheet - Exempt Games
The Commission may declare a game to be an exempt game not requiring a minor gaming permit.
IN accordance with section 3, sub-section 8A of the
Gaming Control Act 1993, the Tasmanian Liquor and Gaming Commission hereby declares the following games to be exempt games:
Tipping competitions in which the outcome or occurrence of a sporting event is tipped where:
(a) the total contributions do not exceed $10 000; and
(b) a participant does not contribute more than $150; and
(c) the total sum contributed, without any deduction, is distributed as prizes in money or money's worth.
Raffles in which the total prize value does not exceed $5000.
(a) the total contributions do not exceed $10 000;
(b) no participant contributes more than $110; and
(c) the total sum contributed is paid, either:
(i) without any deduction, to the winner, or as the case may be, to the participants drawing the three (3) contestants that finish in the first three (3) places; or
(ii) to the winner, or as the case may be, to the participants drawing the three (3) contestants that finish in the first three (3) places and the contestant that finishes last in the race in respect of which the sweepstake is held.
Fundraising Cards and Tickets (such as sport cards and margin tickets) where:
(a) the gross receipts do not exceed $200; and
(b) the prize(s) are not less than 50 per cent of gross proceeds for the game.
"Anzac Day Two Up" where:
- the game known as "Anzac Day Two-up" is played during the period commencing at 0600 hours and ending at 1800 hours on the 25th of April in any year; and
- the premises upon which the game is conducted is occupied on a permanent basis by an organisation, the majority of the members of which, are former members of the defence forces.