Part 1 permitted Bingo.
Children under 12 years of age not permitted to play bingo.
Where a session has more than 100 participants, a minimum of two (2) “spotters” must be provided who shall not be permitted to play bingo.
An unsuccessful player may only take part in the call back of a game once in each session.
The player obtaining the full house will receive any unclaimed prize in respect of the splitgame in addition to the prize awarded for the full house.
Except where the gaming permit authorises it:
A jackpot prize can be offered from either receipts from that session of bingo, or from other funds. The prize cannot be offered from a combination of other funds and receipts from that session of bingo.
A jackpot prize may be offered up to a maximum value of $3000. If the jackpot is provided from funds other than the receipts from that session of bingo it shall not be included in the total of prizes for that session, or the total value of incentives,
or the calculation of expenses. If the funds are provided from the receipts of the session they should be included.
The permit holder will cause the value of the prizes for each game to be announced before the commencement of the game.
Prizes awarded for each game of bingo will be paid as soon as practicable after the conclusion of that game.
A player who incorrectly calls a winning split or a full house in a game is allowed to continue to play in that game.
Gaming and Wagering Commission Act 1981 Section 95(1)(a)
These conditions are an annexure to a Senior Citizens Permit.
Do not submit enquiries with this form.