NEW! EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1, 2013 --> A $25 CHECK OR MONEY ORDER MUST BE MAILED WITH ALL WORKER REGISTRY APPLICATIONS!
If you currently work bingo occasions, or want to become a bingo worker, this section has information to assist you.
In the Registration Forms menu item, you will find the necessary form to apply as a bingo worker, to request ID badges, or to notify the Charitable Bingo Operations Division of any change in information.
In the List of Registered Workers menu item, you will be able to access the actual Registry of Approved Bingo Workers database and query the system using individual name, city or registry number to see currently listed and approved bingo workers.
Under the FAQs menu item, there is an extensive list of Frequently Asked Questions and answers regarding the Registry of Approved Bingo Workers and how the program is conducted.
All Bingo Operators Must Stay Current on the Registry
The following letter is being mailed out with conductor renewal applications:
It is come to our attention that a significant number of alternate operators have failed to renew their registration for the Registry of Approved Bingo Workers (Registry) before their three year expiration date. An individual may not serve as an operator for your organization unless the individual is currently listed on the Registry. Therefore, please ensure that all persons listed as an operator on your renewal application are currently listed on the Registry before filing the application. For your use we have enclosed a Texas Request for Renewal of Registry of Approved Bingo Workers Registration
form should you have an operator who has expired and wishes to be re-listed on the Registry.
Also, please be aware that we are not able to accept any document signed by an operator who is not listed on the Registry nor can we approve any renewal application which lists any individual as an operator who is not listed on the Registry.
Charitable Bingo Operations Division
Bingo Workers News Alert !
There are over 8,662 individuals who have failed to notify the Charitable Bingo Operations Division of their intent to remain on the Registry of Approved Bingo Workers (Registry). Once your name is removed from the Registry, you will not be allowed to work as a bingo worker during a bingo occasion. See Tex. Occ. Code Ann. § 2001.313(d) . Please check the Registry to see if you are still listed on the registry. A person whose name is deleted from the registry due to failure to verify their intent to remain on the registry may be re-listed on the registry by filing the required form.