Guessing games refer to non-money lotteries where participants have the chance to win articles or vouchers or coupons exchangeable for articles or services on the basis of a guess concerning the subject of the game, but excluding sporting or other competitions.
Written notification must be made of a guessing game at least five days before it starts. The duration of a guessing game may be a maximum of six months.
A notification about a guessing game, which is to take place in the area of a certain police department, should be made to the police department of that area. A notification about a guessing game, which is to take place in an area partially outside the area under a certain police department's authority, should be made to the National Police Board.
Notification of a guessing game must contain
- a completed guessing game notification form
- a completed form for rendering the accounts of a guessing game
- a description of how the proceeds are going to be used
- a completed guessing game list of winners
- a list of lottery tickets sold and prizes won on them
- a list of prizes not claimed
- a receipt for payment of lottery tax
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