Charitable Gaming in North Dakota

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Charitable gaming refers to bingos, raffles, and a variety of other games of chance being conducted for charitable purposes. This guide contains information about charitable gaming in North Dakota.

North Dakota Charitable Gaming Licenses

Game Type:

Bingo, raffles, pull-tabs, and other games of chance.

Agency:North Dakota Attorney General - Gaming Division
Organization Age Requirement:

2 years of continuous existence in North Dakota immediately preceeding licensure.

Age Restrictions:

Bingo participants must be at least 18 years old. Minors accompanied by a parent or legal guardian are allowed to play bingo. Pull-tab, poker, and other games of chance are limited to persons at least 21 years old.

Fact Checked:1/10/18

Initial Registration

Agency:North Dakota Attorney General - Gaming Division
Form:

Form SFN 53839: State Gaming License Application

Agency Fee:

$150 for each county or city where the charity expects to hold a gaming event.

Notes:

A separate permit application must be filed with the city or county where the gaming event takes place.

Fact Checked:1/10/18

Registration Renewal

Agency:North Dakota Attorney General - Gaming Division
Form:

Form SFN 53838: State Gaming License Reapplication Form

Agency Fee:

$150 for each county or city where the charity expects to hold a gaming event.

Due:

Annually by June 30.

Fact Checked:1/10/18
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