Legality

3 Questions Thrill is not a Gambling Website

3QTV/s Other Gambling/Penny competition
100% transparent and fair Skill Game 100% unfair Chance Game
Outcome of the game is determined by the player's
physical skill (like fast reaction or dexterity) and mental skill
(logic abilities, strategic thinking, trivia knowledge)
Winners selected randomly by chace
The player who participate on competition & qualifies is declared the winner Software declares random Winners
100 % harmless - its free to enter 100 % harmful - addicted user can lost unlimited money and there is no control over loosing :(
its free to enter Free entry root not available to win real prizes
On 3qt any one can judge the judgment. and game fixing is imposible. You dont know how and who wins. and you can not trust easily on the judgments. and game fixing is posible.

3 Questions Thrill is based on trivia, knowledge with handful of strategy, logic and understanding. It is not considered as Gambling Website. As per the Gambling Laws in India only element of chance is considered as gambling.

The thumb rule of winning on 3 Questions Thrill platform is FASTEST ANSWER FIRST. be faster and sharper and answer fastest first by your superior knowledge and fast reaction.

Legality

The Central legislation governing gaming in India is the Public Gambling Act, 1867. Section 12 of the Public Gambling Act, 1867, provides that games of mere skill are exempt from the application of the Act. The Supreme Court of India and various High Courts in India have opined that a game of mere skill is a game in which, although the element of chance necessarily cannot be entirely eliminated, success depends principally upon the superior knowledge, training, attention, experience and adroitness of the player. A game of skill is one in which the element of skill predominates over the element of chance." No penalty can be imposed upon a person for playing such games of skill.

It may be noted that States are permitted, by the Indian Constitution, to enact laws regulating betting and gambling in their respective jurisdictions. In furtherance of these powers, various States have enacted anti-gambling legislations. Such legislations are largely in concert with the Public Gambling Act of 1867 (and include the exception of "games of skill"). Where a State legislation on gambling exists, it prevails over the Public Gambling Act of 1867. In this regard, the Assam Game and Betting Act, 1970 and Orissa (Prevention of) Gambling Act, 1955 prohibits games with money stakes and also does not create an exception for games of skill. Therefore, currently, residents of Assam and Orissa are not permitted to play on our site.


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