game of chance

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Service from marketing agency for marketing support of corporate brand and games of chance organized by National Lottery of Macedonia successively according to the needs of National Lottery of Macedonia in compliance with the technical specification for 1 (one) year.
In Oregon, the state is allowed to run a lottery, video slots and other games of chance.
The budget revenues generated from games of chance have so far been negligible and it cannot be predicted how much they will increase.
The ECJ ruling said: "Prohibition may, on account of the specific features associated with the provision of games of chance on the internet, be regarded as justified by the objective of combating fraud and crime.
The trial has been seen as a test of whether poker should fall under the remit of the 1968 Gaming Act, which states that a licence is needed to host games of chance such as blackjack and roulette - but not games of skill, such as chess and quiz machines.
The gala casino night and cocktail party featured a Texas Hold'em poker tournament, sponsored by the law firm Jaspan Schlesinger Hoffman LLP, as well as blackjack, roulette and other games of chance.
To combat a negative stigma toward lotteries, proponents of lotteries are quick to argue that the games of chance fund various "worthwhile" projects--which is how they get their foot in the door with the legislatures in the first place.
The Duke and the Earl have met over cards and other games of chance rather frequently lately with Jack winning all the time.
Ever since then, games of chance have been prevalent in many cultures.
The commercial shows a man walking through his house, engaging in games of chance for advice-such as flipping a coin or using an eight ball.
A new Ohio law governing games of chance could add more than $1 million to state coffers and could triple expenses to hold fundraisers for nonprofit entities, such as church-related organizations.
Games on offer will include low stake, fixed odds games of chance and free games of skill.
The ECOFIN Council enumerated an illustrative list of digital goods and services that the Directive intends to cover (although it may also include items not on the list), including website supply; web-hosting; distance maintenance of programs and equipment; supply and updating of software; supply of images, text and information and making databases available; supply of music, films and games (including games of chance and gambling games); political, cultural, artistic, sporting, scientific and entertainment broadcasts and events; and the supply of distance teaching.
Nearly 5,000 individuals and firms have applied to Singaporean authorities to run 50 new gambling shops in the country to cash in on a surging interest in games of chance, a spokeswoman for Singapore Pools said Monday.
Bishop Henry pointed out that the Catholic Church doesn't oppose bingos or other games of chance, but she does oppose gambling that harms families which use gambling money meant for groceries or basic food needs.