Redemption Games are typically games of skill that reward the player proportionally to their score in the game. The reward most often comes in the form of tickets or credits with more tickets being awarded for higher scores. These tickets or credits can then be redeemed (hence the name) at a central location for prizes.
A Skill With Prize or Skill With Prizes plural (SWP) is a gaming machine which provides a payout (the prize) and whose outcome depends in part on the player's skill (the skill). They are contrasted with Amusement with Prize machines which, while interactive, do not depend on the player's skill in determining outcome.
SWP machines are a hybrid of games of skilll and games of chance; the degree to which skill versus chance determines the outcome varies between machines, and may be set by operator parameters.
Game of skill also refers to any game, contest, or amusement of any description in which the designating element of the outcome is the judgment, skill, or deftness of the participant in the contest and not chance. In a game of skill, outcome is determined mainly by mental or physical skill, rather than by pure chance. They are a means of exploring one's own capabilities. These types of games encourage the player to look at, understand, and experience things. For instance, building sets, card games, educational games, letter games, play by mail games, mind sport, mathematical games, puzzles, guessing games, pencil and paper games, solitaire, and word games are games of skill. Games of skill do not fall within the prohibition of the gaming laws.
The following is an example of a case law on game of skill:
Game of skill refers to any game, contest, or amusement of any description in which the designating element of the outcome is the judgment, skill, or adroitness of the participant in the contest and not chance.