Select one of the links under Apply Online on the left to submit community gaming grant
and gaming event licence applications, register as a Gaming Worker or Horse Racing licensee, or request special approvals (out-of-province travel, capital
project, and fair/exhibition). Some types of applications may take a while to complete. Please prepare for your
grant, licence, Gaming Worker or Horse Racing application by reviewing the
Pre‑Application Information for Gaming Grants,
Application Submission Guides, Forms and Resources for Charitable Gaming Event Licences,
Pre‑Application Information for Gaming Workers
Pre‑Application Information for Horse Racing
before you start your online application.
View Application Status Reports
After you submit an application, you can track where
it is in the approval process - select View
Application Status Reports.
Submit Gaming Event Revenue Report (GERR)
Your group or organization is required to submit an online Gaming Event Revenue Report within 90 days of the expiry of your gaming event licence. This report must be completed for each gaming event licence. GPEB may not issue another licence until your group or organization has filed a Gaming Event Revenue Report for each previous gaming event licence.
View Registry Reports
When you select View
Registry Reports, a window will open for you to
select one of three current gaming registry reports:
- Personnel Registry - lists registered gaming workers in B.C.
- Equipment Registry - lists certified gaming equipment and lottery schemes.
- Corporate Registry - lists registered companies and senior officials in B.C.
Report Wrongdoing: Public and Registered Gaming Workers
GPEB responds to reports of conduct, activity, or incidents that could threaten the integrity of legal gambling and horse racing in BC.
If you are a member of the public and wish to report wrongdoing in gambling or horse racing to GPEB, visit the following link:
If you are a registered gaming worker and wish to report wrongdoing in gambling or horse racing to GPEB, visit the following link:
If you do not wish to report wrongdoing but wish to submit feedback or ask a question of a general nature, you may submit the question by sending an email. See Contact Us.
Additional Services for Organizations with a BCeID
The Gaming Online Service no longer supports the use of Business BCeID. Grants and Licensing applicants should not use their BCeID in their online application.
You can submit your application without a BCeID using the left hand navigation links.
For reporting questions related to your Gaming Account please contact
either Community Gaming Grants
or Gaming Policy and Enforcement Licensing.