State Laws & Regulations

STATE REGULATIONS

Each of the states in which we operate – PA, NJ & DE, have state regulations and laws which must be fully complied with. We have provided a brief guide as well as links to the state web sites for your reference. We understand that this can be confusing at times and we are more than happy to offer assistance in both understanding these regulations as well as ensuring that your event is in compliance. Most critical is allowing sufficient time, prior to your event, to file all paper work and get the necessary approvals.

IN PENNSYLVANIA
Regulation falls under Pennyslvania Gaming Control Board.
Casino parties and fundraisers are permitted without any special licensing, so long as you are neither play with cash or play for cash prizes.

IN DELAWARE
In Delaware, please note we operate under the name of Casino Parties, Inc.
State of Delaware Charitable Gaming License GV-0000002 ( We are one of only two approved vendors!)
State of Delaware Business License #2014604261
Regulation falls under Department of State: Division of Professional Regulation: Gaming Control Board.
The Board can only license volunteer fire companies, veterans, charitable or religious organizations or fraternal societies.
All paper work must be filed at least 10 days prior to the The Board’s meeting on the first Thursday of each month.
Basic Requirements: 1. Completed, signed and notarized application form; 2. Fee payment, and 3. All required supporting documentation (Charitable Gambling; Texas Hold’em Poker)

IN NEW JERSEY
In New Jersey we are licensed and operate under the name of Casino Parties, Inc.
State of New Jersey Charitable Gaming License #602-15
Casino party regulations fall under Legalized Games of Chance Control Commission (hereinafter referred to as the LGCCC).
1. The organization must be registered and hold a current registration certificate from the LGCCC. You must be registered with the Charitable Registration Office before obtaining a license with the LGCCC. Note: if your group is already licensed with the LGCCC, please note that there is an expiration date on the certificate. The event must take place before the certificate expires.
2. Present Casino Parties with a copy of the organization’s current registration certificate, along with a completed copy of the “State Certification Form”. Note: Once you have signed a contract with Casino Parties, we have 48 hours with which to file with the LGCCC the State Certification Form.
3. The organization will then receive a Form 13 from Casino Parties. Allow two weeks from the time you send in a copy of your certificate and the State Certification form to receive your Form 13. Please designate whether or not you wish to have the Form 13 sent to the organization’s mailing address, or to an individual’s home address.
4. Present the ORIGINAL registration certificate, along with the Form 13, and the Raffle application to the municipal clerk IN THE MUNICIPALITY in which you are having your event. You will then request a Raffle Application to hold a Casino Night. You will also need a check, payable to the LGCCC in the amount of $100, and another check payable to the municipality, in most cases for the amount of $100. Each municipality has the authority to charge a different amount, as long as it does not exceed $100.
5. The municipality will conduct a police background check on all of the members of the organization listed on the application.
6. The governing body of the municipality will vote to approve or disallow the application. If approved by the governing body, the application is then sent by the municipal clerk to the LGCCC together with the $100 check.
7. If the municipality is not contacted by the LGCCC within 14 days after mailing the application, the municipal clerk may issue the license.
The most up to date rules and regulations for New Jersey as well as all applicable forms may be found at http://www.state.nj.us/lps/ca/lgccc.htm