Provisions under Rule 31C of the Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST) Rules, 2017 relating to “Value of supply of actionable claims in case of casino”, are as under:
CGST Rule 31C: Value of supply of actionable claims in case of casino (Chapter-IV: Determination of Value of Supply)
Notwithstanding anything contained in this chapter, the value of supply of actionable claims in casino shall be the total amount paid or payable by or on behalf of the player for,-
(i) purchase of the tokens, chips, coins or tickets, by whatever name called, for use in casino; or
(ii) participating in any event, including game, scheme, competition or any other activity or process, in the casino, in cases where the token, chips, coins or tickets, by whatever name called, are not required:
Provided that any amount returned or refunded by the casino to the player on return of token, coins, chips, or tickets, as the case may be, or otherwise, shall not be deductible from the value of the supply of actionable claims in casino.
Explanation.- For the purpose of rule 31B and rule 31C, any amount received by the player by winning any event, including game, scheme, competition or any other activity or process, which is used for playing by the said player in a further event without withdrawing, shall not be considered as the amount paid to or deposited with the supplier by or on behalf of the said player.
i) CGST Rule 31C inserted vide Central Tax Notification 45/2023 dated 06/09/2023, pending further notification on commencement date thereof.