Contest terms and conditions: Promotions involving alcohol
Everything you need to know what conducting a trade promotion that involves purchasing and winning alcohol.Read the article
A game of chance is a game whose outcome is determined purely by chance. For example, it would be considered a game of chance if winners are determined by a random competition draw or a scratch and win mechanic, where no skill is involved in determining a winner.
Some common examples of games of chance include:
It is important to note that introducing any element of chance into a trade promotion entry mechanic will categorise the promotion as a game of chance. For example, if an entrant is invited to provide an answer to a question, and judged on creativity, it would be considered a game of skill, with no element of chance. However, if the most creative entries are then entered into a random prize draw, the activity would be considered a game of chance, and in turn may require competition permits.
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