Charitable Gaming License Applications and Reports

How to Apply For a Charitable Gaming License

To qualify for a gaming license, charitable organizations must:

  • be exempt from paying federal income tax, and
  • have held tax-exempt status for a period of at least one year, and
  • have been engaged primarily in their charitable, fraternal, or religious purpose during this period.

See the links below for instructions and applications for bingo, raffle and Monte Carlo licenses. The handle is defined as the gross sales generated by a gaming event.


Bingo Licenses

Bingo Licenses Authorized Annual Handle Limit License Fee
Class A Unlimited $200
Class B $250,000 $100
Class C $75,000 $40
Class D $20,000 $20
Bingo Manager License License Fee
Class M $40

Raffle Licenses

Raffle Licenses Authorized Annual Handle Limit License Fee
Class A Unlimited $100
Class B Handle not to exceed $10,000 per raffle $40

Monte Carlo Licenses

Monte Carlo Licenses Authorized Annual Handle Limit License Fee
Class A Authorizes up to seven events per license year and a handle in excess of $10,000 per event. $100
Class B Authorizes up to seven events per license year and a handle not to exceed $5,000 per event, or up to two events per license year with a handle not to exceed $10,000 per event. $40
Monte Carlo Contractor Licenses License Fee
Monte Carlo Contractor Application (DOC) » | (PDF) » $300
Monte Carlo Supplier Application (DOC) » | (PDF) » $50