What are the requirements of an electronic draw?
Ensure you are compliant when you run your electronic draw trade promotion.Read the article
A scrutineer may be required for your competition draw in SA and NSW. No other States in Australia require a draw scrutineer.
If the value of prizes to be awarded in a draw is $20,000 or more you must have a scrutineer for your draw.
A scrutineer must be either:
The draw must be scrutinised by an independent person if the total value of prizes in the draw is $10,001 or more.
An independent scrutineer is required for activities in which an authority is required (competitions with prize pools over $10,000). The independent person must not be involved with the management, conduct or promotion of the lottery, and must not be a director, partner, employee, contractor, etc of the applicant organisation.
The SA requirement above applies to the prize pool for the draw and NOT the prize pool for your entire promotion. If for example you run a promotion in SA and the total prize pool is $30,000; but there are $5,000 worth of prizes awarded in 1 draw and all other prizes are awarded via an instant win mechanic, then you won’t need a draw scrutineer. However, the NSW requirement above applies to the total prize pool, and therefore any time an authority is required, an independent scrutineer is required.
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