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2020-112 2020-09R: Notice of Hearing for Consideration of Proposed Amendments to NGC Reg 12.060 Regarding, Without Limitation, Redemption of Chips and Tokens. The conduct of gambling at a location in violation of Executive Order 20-99 could result in the suspension or revocation of your organization’s lawful gambling license. If your organization has multiple premises permits, your ability to conduct gambling, even at sites that did not violate the Executive Order, could be affected. December 10, 2020.

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The offices of the Indiana Gaming Commission are open to the public via appointment only. You may request an appointment by phone, 317-233-0046, or visit our Contact Us page. For questions or appointments related to charitable gaming, please visit the Charity Gaming Division page.

Working within Governor Holcomb’s Roadmap to Safely Reopen Indiana, Indiana’s commercial casino properties are permitted to reopen beginning at 6 a.m. on Monday, June 15, 2020. Local governments may impose more restrictive guidelines. Please contact individual casinos for specific opening times and plans.

  • View employment opportunities with the Indiana Gaming Commission

    The Gaming Commission is currently not hiring Enforcement Agents. However, please feel free to submit your resume to [email protected] Your resume will be kept on file and you will be contacted once recruitment of the next Gaming Agent hiring process begins. Thank you.

    Note: The residency requirement for gaming enforcement agents has been lifted and you are no longer required to live in Indiana.
  • 11-16-2017 - Commission releases 'FINAL' Disparity Study.
  • The Indiana Gaming Commission is proposing new and amended rules
  • The Gaming Commission now has a toll free illegal gambling tip line. If you have any information related to illegal gambling, please call 1-866-610-8477.

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The Charity Gaming Division welcomes the public back to our offices by appointment only. You may request an appointment by phone, 317-232-4646, or email,[email protected].

Licensed charitable gaming activities shall comply with Executive Order 20-50 which prescribes the utilization of the county assessment system in furtherance of the COVID-19 mitigation efforts. All social gathering and event limitations apply to charitable gaming events. The IGC’s Health and Safety Guidelines (last updated October 13, 2020) shall continue to provide guidance for charitable gaming operations for counties in all assessed Zones.

Local governments may impose more restrictive guidelines. Charitable organizations are not precluded from implementing procedures and policies in addition to, or more stringent, than those listed in the IGC’s Guidelines. Charites should engage in ongoing dialogue and partnership with local health departments. Execution of Health and Safety Plans are the responsibility of each charitable organization and charities must have adequate resources to ensure effectiveness. Staff with complaints will be directed to Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration (IOSHA). Patrons concerned with a business' compliance with local COVID mandates should direct those to the local health department.Grosvenor casino blackpool poker rooms.

The Charity Gaming Division will soon begin the formal rulemaking process of re-writing our regulations due to the new statute (IC 4-32.3) and other legislative changes contained within HEA 1517 and SEA 393. We welcome your ideas and feedback. Written comments can submitted by mail (Indiana Gaming Commission, Charity Gaming Division, East Tower Suite 1600, 101 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204) or e-mail ([email protected]).

  • Licensed Manufacturers and Distributors
  • Qualified Organizations - Current Licenses and Expiration
  • Qualified Organizations - Approved Exempt Events

Withholding tax inquiries on charity gaming prizes-please contact Internal Revenue Service 1-800-829-4933 business / 1-877-829-5500
Indiana Department of Revenue Withholding Tax Division 1-317-233-4015

You may contact us by:

Indiana Gaming Commission
Charity Gaming Division
East Tower, Suite 1600
101 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204

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Email: [email protected]

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Telephone: (317) 232-4646

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Fax:(317) 232-0117

To report a Charity Gaming Complaint please call 1-866-610-8477.

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NOTICE: The documents referenced on this page are subject to change at any time upon further review by the Indiana Gaming Commission and will be updated at a future date.