Nov 2, 2010 - Class D Gaming Events Permitted in Establishments Licensed to Serve or Sell Liquor

As a result of amendments in 2010 to the Liquor Control and Licensing Act, the Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch permits groups and organizations to conduct Class D gaming events in establishments licensed to serve or sell liquor.

A Class D licence may be issued for a gaming event or series of gaming events that will generate $5,000 or less in total projected sales. Funds raised must be used to benefit a community and/or third party within British Columbia, or an eligible general purpose of your group or organization that provides direct benefit to a third party or the broader community.

Updated Class D gaming event licence documentation can be accessed from the following links: