break open ticket (BOT): game piece which is made of cardboard, has one or more perfo­rated window tabs behind which are winning and losing numbers or symbols and which must be revealed by the tearing off of a covering tab.

break open ticket dispenser: an electrical or mechanical device used to dispense break open tickets.

deal: each separate game or series of break open tickets with the same serial number.

Gaming-Related Supplier: a person registered under the Gaming Control Act, 1992 and its Regulations to manufacture, provide, install, test, maintain or repair gaming equipment or to provide consulting or similar services directly related to the playing of a lottery scheme or the operation of a gaming site. “Manufacturer” includes any person involved in the production of break open tickets but does not include a person who solely imprints licence numbers and charity identification on the finished product. Where more than one (1) person is involved in the production of the tickets, any and all persons who are involved in the printing, cutting and gluing of the tickets are considered to be manufacturers for the purpose of these standards.

Registrar: means the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming.

review engagement report: a public accountant’s report on financial statements that has been prepared and issued in accordance with sections 8100 and 8200 of the CICA Handbook; “General Review Standards” and “Review of Financial Statements,” respectively.

Seller: someone who 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.