Brown Says Small Games of Chance Reporting Deadline Extended to July 1
HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue announced it has extended the deadline for clubs that hold small games of chance licenses to file annual reports until July 1, Rep. Rosemary Brown (R-Monroe/Pike) said today.

The extension is needed as the department works to resolve technical problems with the online electronic reporting system. It is anticipated the system will be available again by June 1, at which time clubs will be encouraged to review a publicly available database of completed reports to determine if their reports were successfully received. Clubs that do not have a completed report on file at that time will have until July 1 to do so.

Act 90 of 2013 requires clubs licensees with proceeds of $20,000 or more to file annual reports with the department. A club licensee under the law is one that holds both a liquor license and a small games of chance license. The reports must include the following information: proceeds received by the club licensee from each game of chance conducted, itemized by week; amount of prizes paid from all games of chance, itemized by week; other costs incurred related to the conduct of games of chance; and verification and itemization of amounts distributed for public interest.

For more information about small games of chance licenses and reporting, visit the Department of Revenue’s website at

Representative Rosemary M. Brown
189th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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