New Community Gaming Legislation

Effective from 1 July 2020, the Lotteries and Art Unions Act has been replaced by the Community Gaming Act 2018 and Community Gaming Regulation 2020.

The legislation covers low-risk games involving an element of chance played for charitable, social, not-for-profit or trade promotion purposes, such as art unions, lotteries, sweeps, club bingo and raffles.

Among the changes, permits have been replaced by authorities and an authority is now only required when a trade promotion has a total prize value exceeding $10,000 and for art unions, progressive lotteries, and sweeps and calcuttas that have a total prize value exceeding $30,000.

Further details can be found on the NSW Fair Trading Website here.


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