300k Diamonds dropped on your TikTok Livestream!
This competition is 100% Non-Profit. 100% of the funds raised from ticket entries will be dropped on one lucky Tiktok Live host on the sunday weekly reset!
Failure to sell all tickets will result in a GUARENTEED DRAW of the entire funds raised. Ticket sales are transparant and are available to be seen on this page.
ANYBODY can enter this competition and the winner will be randomly drawn using a random generator on our weekly spartans meeting.
Terms & Conditions
Please ensure you answer the entry question correctly for your entry to be counted. Failure to provide your contact details, email address and tiktok username could result in the draw rolling over to the next week. Failure to appear on TikTok Live during the allocated timeframe may result in a rollover. We will contact winners directly via phone during our weekly meeting to alert winners of the news.
ALL WINNINGS ARE DROPPING AS TIKTOK LIVE DIAMONDS AND NOT REAL WORLD CURRENCY. THESE DIAMONDS CAN BE WITHDRAWN FOR REAL WORLD CURRENCY ONCE RECIEVED ON THE TIKTOK PLATFORM.
We reserve the right to dictate which Gifts are dropped on TikTok live providing the total diamonds cost is the same as the winnings of the participant.
THIS IS NOT A LOTTERY NOR A PROFIT EARNING VENTURE. For rules and regulations on lotteries and gambling please read below:
The Gambling Act
The 2005 Gambling Act is the key piece of gambling legislation in Great Britain.
The Gambling Act defines and differentiates lotteries, betting (which can include certain prize competitions) and gaming (that is playing a game of chance for a prize).
Skill competitions and free prize draws fall outside the scope of the Gambling Act, provided they do not fall inadvertently within the definition of a Contest, betting or gaming due to their structure.
Under the Gambling Act, a competition will not be a Contest if it either:
satisfies the “skill” test; or
if no payment is required to enter.
What skill test must a competition satisfy?
For the skill test to be met, the promoter must have a reasonable expectation that the skill, judgment or knowledge required to enter the competition will either:
deter a significant proportion of potential participants from entering; or prevent a significant proportion of entrants from receiving a prize.If the competition satisfies this test, it will be outside the scope of the Gambling Act’s regulatory controls. An example of this might be a crossword where entrants are required to solve a number of clues and only fully completed entries are submitted.
If there are multiple stages to a competition, the key is whether the first round satisfies the skill test. If those who fully complete the crossword in our example correctly are entered into a prize draw, this will still qualify as a skill competition, not a Contest. This is because the first stage – completing the puzzle – satisfied the skill requirement.
Where a competition has been run by way of multiple choice questions, the Gambling Commission has said that it will not take action where there are sufficient plausible alternative answers, and the correct answer is not obviously given close to the question. The level of skill or knowledge required will vary, depending on the target audience.