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Sample gaming event revenue report form

Gaming Event
Revenue Report
Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch – Licensing and Grants Division
L&G File#: (for your organization)
Mail: PO Box 9310, Stn Prov Govt, Victoria, BC V8W 9N1
Courier: 3rd Floor, 910 Government St., Victoria, BC V8W 1X3
Phone: (250) 387-5311 | Web: www.hsd.gov.bc.ca/gaming/

BEFORE YOU START
Report completed on:
Use this form to report all revenues and expenses associated with a licensed gaming event held by your Licensees that could generate more than $20,000 in gross revenue annually through licensed gaming events, or that have an established gaming account, must comply with more rigorous accountability requirements (see Section 12 of the Guidelines). Organizations must submit this form within 60 days after the expiry of each gaming event licence. Information from these revenue reports is used to complete the Gaming Account Summary Report, which must be filed within 90 days of your organization’s fiscal year end. Use the latest version of this form, available at: www.hsd.gov.bc.ca/gaming/licences/forms-guidelines.htm Fill in only those lines of this form that are applicable to the type of gaming event being reported. Submit the completed form and any supporting documents by mail (see address above) or fax to (250) 356-8149.
SECTION 1 – ORGANIZATION AND GAMING EVENT INFORMATION
PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY
Organization name: (as it appears on the constitution and/or certificate of incorporation if applicable)
Organization mailing address: Unit, Street, and/or PO Box
Gaming event licence number:
Type of gaming event:
Reporting period: (generally the term of the gaming event licence)
From: (DD-Mon-YYYY)

SECTION 2 – GROSS REVENUE

Gross revenue for the licensed gaming event: (indicate revenue for the gaming event below)
Total sales:
BCLC linked bingo: (operator’s fee only)
GST recovery:
Interest income:
Total gross revenue: (add lines 1 to 4)
>>> $

SECTION 3 – PRIZE COSTS

Prize costs for the licensed gaming event: (indicate prize costs for the gaming event below)
Cash prizes: (do not include BCLC’s linked bingo prizes)
Cost of merchandise prizes: (list actual cost – see note below about donated prizes)
Total prize costs for the licensed gaming event: (add line 6 and 7 only)
>>> $
Donated prizes:
(“donated prizes” is the difference between the retail value and actual cost of the prize for the licensee – for example, if a
prize is worth $500 and your organization paid $200 for it, include $200 on line 7 above and $300 here on line 9 – if the prize was donated or free of charge, then include the entire $500 here on line 9) Retain a copy of this report for your organization’s records. Keep your personal information safe by storing completed electronic or paper copies of this form in a safe and secure place. Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch
Gaming Event Revenue Report
SECTION 4 – EVENT–RELATED EXPENSES

Expenses for the licensed gaming event: (indicate expenses for the gaming event below)
Advertising and marketing costs: (newspaper, radio, television, brochures, etc.)
Facility rental related to the gaming event:
Bingo paper:
Contract fees for gaming services providers:
Printing costs:
Postage and mailing costs:
Miscellaneous supplies for the gaming event: (show the total here – list details on a separate sheet)
Bank charges:
Other: (show the total here – list details on a separate sheet)
Cash: (over/short)
Total expenses for the licensed gaming event: (add lines 10 to 20)
>>> $
2,200.00 21
Expenses as a percentage of gross revenue: (divide line 21 by line 5)

SECTION 5 – NET GAMING PROCEEDS (subtract line 8 and 21 from line 5)
8,850.00 23

SECTION 6 – CERTIFICATION

We, the undersigned board members, certify on behalf of the organization that all of the information stated is correct and that the board of directors has
approved the submission of this report.
Two board members of the organization (officers) who are responsible for the report: (one must be the treasurer – both must sign this form)
1 Position: (with the organization)
First name:
Last name:
Address: Unit and Street
Business phone number: (XXX) XXX-XXXX
Home phone number: (XXX) XXX-XXXX Cell phone number: (XXX) XXX-XXXX
E-mail address: (provide a valid e-mail address)
Signature:
Date signed: (DD-MMM-YYYY)
2 Position: (with the organization)
First name:
Last name:
Address: Unit and Street
Business phone number: (XXX) XXX-XXXX
Home phone number: (XXX) XXX-XXXX Cell phone number: (XXX) XXX-XXXX
E-mail address: (provide a valid e-mail address)
Signature:
Date signed: (DD-MMM-YYYY)
Report prepared by: (if the report was prepared by one of the people above, include only their name below)
3 Position: (with the organization)
First name:
Last name:
Address: Unit and Street
Business phone number: (XXX) XXX-XXXX
Home phone number: (XXX) XXX-XXXX Cell phone number: (XXX) XXX-XXXX
E-mail address: (provide a valid e-mail address)
Signature:
Date signed: (DD-MMM-YYYY)
The information requested on this form is collected under the authority of the Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch pursuant to the Gaming Control Act. The information provided will be used to assess compliance with the conditions of a gaming event licence. Questions may be directed to the Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch, Ministry of Housing and Social Development, Victoria. Retain a copy of this report for your organization’s records. Keep your personal information safe by storing completed electronic or paper copies of this form in a safe and secure place.

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