5.1 This section applies to casino promotions that are lotteries.

 

5.2 Each ticket held by any participant in a casino promotion shall be a separate entry.

 

5.3 A ticket shall be the only valid basis for claiming a prize.

 

5.4 Every ticket in a lottery that has been distributed and is eligible under the promotion design, and no other ticket, shall be included or represented in the draw.

 

5.5 Unless it is not reasonably practicable, the draw of the lottery and the declaration of the result shall be open to the public in the gaming area of the casino.

 

5.6 In addition to any other Togel Online requirements specified in these rules, the following requirements shall apply before a ticket shall be regarded as a valid prize bearing ticket:

 

(a) the ticket shall have been issued by the casino operator in accordance with these rules and the promotion design;

 

(b) the ticket shall be intact and shall not be mutilated, altered, unreadable, reconstituted, or tampered with in any manner;

 

(c) each number on the ticket (if any) shall be fully legible;

 

(d) the ticket shall not be defectively printed or produced in error;

 

(e) the ticket shall not be counterfeit or cancelled.

 

 

 

  1. Instant Games

 

6.1 This section applies to casino promotions that are instant games.

 

6.2 Entry to the instant game shall be by ticket.

 

6.3 Each ticket held by any person shall be a separate entry.

 

6.4 A ticket shall be the only valid basis for claiming a prize.

 

6.5 Every allocation of prizes for an instant game shall, subject to these rules, be conducted in such a manner and under such conditions as the casino operator from time to time determines.

 

6.6 It shall be the responsibility of the participant to ensure that, at the time he or she receives a ticket in the instant game, the covering on each play panel on the ticket is intact.

 

6.7 The participant shall remove the covering from each play panel on the ticket to expose the play symbol or combination of play symbols, and thereby discover whether or not a ticket is a prize-bearing ticket.

 

6.8 The determination of which tickets in an instant game are to be prize-bearing tickets shall be made, by or under the authority of the casino operator, on a random basis or wholly by chance before or simultaneously with the sale of any ticket.

 

6.9 In addition to any other requirements specified in these rules, the following requirements shall apply before a ticket shall be regarded as a valid prizebearing ticket:

 

(a) the ticket shall have been issued by the casino operator in accordance with these rules and the promotion design;

 

(b) the ticket shall be intact and shall not be mutilated, altered, unreadable, reconstituted, or tampered with in any manner;

 

(c) the information recorded on the ticket shall correspond with the casino operator’s record of prize-bearing tickets and another ticket with identical data shall not already have been paid;

 

(d) the exact number of play symbols that the casino operator has determined shall appear on tickets in that game shall appear in the play panel or play panels on the ticket;

 

(e) each of those play symbols shall be present in its entirety;

 

(f) the validation number (if any) shall be present in its entirety;

 

(g) each number on the ticket (if any), whether play symbols, game number, validation number, or otherwise, shall be fully legible;

 

(h) the ticket shall not be defectively printed or produced in error;

 

(i) the ticket shall not be counterfeit or cancelled;

 

(j) the ticket shall not be stolen;

 

(k) the ticket shall be complete, not blank or partially blank, shall not have a hole punched through it, shall not be miscut, and shall not be marked “void”;

 

(l) the ticket shall be issued to a participant before the close of the game;

 

(m) the ticket shall not appear on the casino operator’s record of cancelled tickets;

 

(n) the ticket shall pass all additional confidential validation tests and security criteria established by the casino operator; and

 

(o) the ticket shall not, in the opinion of the casino operator, be defective in any other manner or otherwise invalid.

 

 

 

  1. Equipment

 

7.1 Where gaming equipment of a class or type specified in the appendix to these rules is used in the conduct of a casino promotion, such equipment shall comply with all applicable specifications contained in the rules governing the authorized game in which the equipment is used, as amended from time to time.

 

7.2 Notwithstanding rule 7.1, the compartments of a roulette wheel, and the sections of a money wheel, may be colored and marked in such manner as the casino operator thinks fit.

 

7.3 Where a casino promotion is conducted by means of lucky envelopes or a similar game, the ticket must be continuously sealed on all sides and be produced or manufactured using base materials of sufficient opacity and thickness so that the contents of the playing panel cannot be seen except by breaking completely the tab securing the playing panel.

 

 

 

  1. Disputes/Complaints

 

8.1 Complainants in all unresolved disputes shall be advised of the presence of, and their right to consult, a Government inspector.

 

8.2 The casino operator shall, at the request of any customer, make a copy of these rules, and of the particulars of the promotion design submitted under rule 3.1 in relation to the casino promotion in question (as varied), available for examination.

 

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