CHAPTER 466a. SLOT COMPUTER SYSTEMS
466a.1. Slot computer systems generally.
466a.2. Waiver of requirements.
The provisions of this Chapter 466a issued under 4 Pa.C.S. § § 1202(b)(30), 1207, 1322 and 1520, unless otherwise noted.
The provisions of this Chapter 466a adopted July 27, 2006, effective July 28, 2007, 37 Pa.B. 4068, unless otherwise noted.
§ 466a.1. Slot computer systems generally.
(a) All aspects of a slot machine licensees slot computer system shall be located within the licensed facility in accordance with technical standards under § 466b.1 (relating to slot computer systems).
(b) For the purposes of this section, a slot computer system includes all aspects of a computer system which the act, this subpart or technical standards under § 466b.1 either require or permit to be utilized by a slot machine licensee in the conduct of, or monitoring of, slot machine operations including hardware, software and network interfaces used in connection with the operation of a slot monitoring system, casino management system, player tracking system, external bonusing system, cashless funds transfer system and gaming voucher system. A slot computer system will not be construed to include the following:
(1) A slot machine or bill validator.
(2) A wide area progressive slot system.
(3) Other computer systems or applications that the Board determines are not slot computer systems.
§ 466a.2. Waiver of requirements.
(a) The Board may, on its own initiative, waive one or more of the requirements of this chapter or the technical standards under § 466b.1 (relating to slot computer systems) upon a determination that the nonconforming system protocols nonetheless meet the integrity requirements of the act, this subpart and technical standards under § 466b.1.
(b) A slot machine licensee may submit a written request to the Board for a waiver for one or more of the requirements in this chapter or the technical standards under § 466b.1. The request must be filed on a Amendment Waiver and Request Form and include supporting documentation demonstrating how the nonconforming system protocols for which the waiver has been requested will still meet the operational integrity requirements of the act, this subpart and technical standards under § 466b.1.
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