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Services For You: Seller of OLG Lottery Products and/or Break Open Tickets


Seller of OLG Lottery Products and/or Break Open Tickets

In order to sell Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) lottery products to the public on behalf of OLG, and/or Break Open Tickets, you must be registered with the AGCO.

Sale of Lottery Tickets

A “Seller” is permitted to sell lottery products on behalf of the OLG only if it has a valid OLG Retailer Contract in place.

A “Seller” is also permitted to sell break open tickets on behalf of a licensed charitable or religious organization at one or more locations. If you wish to sell break open tickets and you are already registered as a Seller, please submit a written request to the AGCO to add break open tickets to your registration, or check the appropriate box on the Application for Registration as a Seller the next time you renew your registration. New registrants wishing to sell break open tickets should check the appropriate box on the Application for Registration as a Seller. For more information on selling break open tickets, please visit our website page Seller Break Open Ticket Seller.

Selling Restrictions

As of June 1, 2012, new rules came into effect related to the sale of OLG lottery products. These rules are intended to enhance the public’s confidence in the integrity of gaming and ensure that gaming in Ontario is provided responsibly and in a manner that does not target vulnerable individuals.

Specifically, lottery tickets cannot be sold to persons the “Seller” believes fall under the following categories:

  • Individuals who appear to be intoxicated (see AGCO’s  “Recognizing Intoxication” Responsible Service Tip Sheet for the signs of intoxication)
  • Officers, directors or partners of the “Seller”
  • Registered Category 1 Gaming Assistants employed at the gaming site / retail store where the “Seller” sells lottery tickets
  • Executives or staff of a trade union who represent or negotiate on behalf of employees employed at the gaming site / retail store where the “Seller” sells lottery tickets
  • Employees of registered suppliers who maintain or repair gaming equipment at the gaming site / retail store where the “Seller” sells lottery tickets
  • AGCO employees or Board members

Related Links

In addition to the regulatory requirements outlined in the Gaming Control Act, 1992 and its regulations, “Sellers” of OLG lottery products are required to comply with the Registrar’s Standards for Goods and Services - Lottery Retailer and Lottery Retailer Manager. For more information on the application process and access to the forms, please refer to the application forms and accompanying instructional sheets at the end of the page.

Application Process

If you wish to apply or renew your registration as a Seller, please complete the forms below and submit them and all other required documentation as directed on the application form and guide.

PDF Instructions

New and updated PDF forms on this site can be filled-in and saved locally to your PC. This updated feature preserves all of the information you have filled in, however, version 6.05 or later of Adobe Reader® is required.  Download Adobe Acrobat Reader®

Application Forms

Seller of Break Open Tickets

In order to sell break open tickets on behalf of a licensed charitable or religious organization, you must be registered with the AGCO.

Registration Fees

There are no fees required in order to be registered as a Seller.

Sale of Lottery Tickets and Break Open Tickets

A “Seller” is permitted to sell break open tickets on behalf of a licensed charitable or religious organization. A “Seller” can be registered to sell break open tickets at one or more locations.

A “Seller” is also permitted to sell lottery products on behalf of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG). However, applicants wishing to sell lottery products on behalf of the OLG must have a valid OLG Retailer Contract.

Selling Restrictions

As of June 1, 2012, new rules came into effect related to the sale of break open tickets and OLG lottery products. These rules are intended to enhance the public’s confidence in the integrity of gaming and ensure that gaming in Ontario is provided responsibly and in a manner that does not target vulnerable individuals.

Specifically, break open tickets and lottery tickets cannot be sold to persons the “Seller” believes fall under the following categories:

  • Individuals who appear to be intoxicated (see AGCO’s  “Recognizing Intoxication” Responsible Service Tip Sheet for the signs of intoxication)
  • Officers, directors or partners of the “Seller”
  • Registered Category 1 Gaming Assistants employed at the gaming site / retail store where the “Seller” sells break open tickets and/or lottery tickets
  • Executives or staff of a trade union who represent or negotiate on behalf of employees employed at the gaming site / retail store where the “Seller” sells break open tickets and/or lottery tickets
  • Employees of registered suppliers who maintain or repair gaming equipment at the gaming site / retail store where the “Seller” sells break open tickets and/or lottery tickets
  • AGCO employees or Board members

Related Links

In addition to the regulatory requirements outlined in the Gaming Control Act, 1992 and its regulations, “Sellers” of break open tickets are required to comply with the  Standards for Suppliers of Goods and Services (Break Open Tickets). For more information on the application process and access to the forms, please refer to the application forms and accompanying instructional sheets at the end of the page.

For more information regarding change of name, address, ownership structure, renewals and other related information, please visit our Charitable Gaming Registration  Charitable Gaming Registration page.

Application Process

If you wish to apply or renew your registration as a Seller, please complete the forms below and submit them and all other required documentation and fees as directed on the application forms and guide.

PDF Instructions

New and updated PDF forms on this site can be filled-in and saved locally to your PC. This updated feature preserves all of the information you have filled in, however, version 6.05 or later of Adobe Reader® is required.  Download Adobe Acrobat Reader®

Application Forms & Guides

Important Application Reminders

  • For PDF forms completed online or offline, please ensure ALL the input information has printed out on your application.
  • For PDF forms filled-in by hand, please ensure you PRINT legibly in ink.
  • Please ensure ALL required questions are completed. Incomplete, improperly completed or unsigned applications will be returned to applicant.
  • Do not email application forms. Please mail one original and one copy of the completed application forms, including all attachments, and appropriate registration fee registration fee to:

    Alcohol and Gaming Commission
    Licensing and Registration
    90 Sheppard Avenue East, Suite 200
    Toronto, Ontario M2N 0A4

Please read the "Instructions" portion of the application(s) for supporting document requirements.