Sean O'Hagan is the designer, developer and operator of a dynamic online and electronic raffle system. He is the CEO of Tap50:50 Event Consultants, a registered supplier to charitable gaming.
He has several outstanding patents in the electronic raffling space and had considerable input into the GLI-31 technical specs for electronic 50/50 raffles.
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We have put our money where our mouth is. We have built the cadillac of raffle management systems, utilizing Oracle Database Software...it wasn't cheap. The Robustness and Security offered by Oracle cannot be beat. We utilize software that can not only handle your event, but can handle a whole country's raffle needs.
We based our design on a Hong Kong lottery company that provides national lotteries around the globe. We think we can handle whatever you throw at us.
Helping Charities with a Chance to Get Lucky!
TAP 50:50 provides technologies to broaden the reach of non-profit organizations and charities by automating their 50/50 raffles in a safe, secure, and increasingly exciting way. We are a service provider to the gaming industry.
Our mission is maximize charitable revenues by ensuring that gaming activity is conducted honestly, with integrity and in the public interest. To be the leading edge service provider to the charitable gaming industry, utilizing state of the art technology solutions.
- “In general, the term “lottery” embraces all schemes for the distribution of prizes by chance, such as policy playing, gift-exhibitions, prize-concerts, raffle at fairs,...
Raffle vs Lottery
Not sure what the difference is between a raffle and a Lottery? You're not alone. Many states feel the same way.
As the subject matter is somewhat muddied, I have tried to define a lottery and a raffle so it is more clear to readers the difference between the two...
- The Humboldt Broncos have been doing lotteries in the...
- 50/50 Raffles are Illegal in Texas...(this is an example...
- NOTE: Senate Bill S4329, the “Charitable Gaming Act of 2017,”...
- *NOTE: This act does not pertain to professional sports...