CHAPTER 615a. CONDITIONAL TABLE GAME DEVICE LICENSES

Sec.


615a.1.    Table game devices, conditional licenses.

Authority

   The provisions of this Chapter 615a issued under 4 Pa.C.S. § §  13A02(1) and (2), 13A41, 1317.2, 1319 and 1319.1, unless otherwise noted.

Source

   The provisions of this Chapter 615a adopted July 6, 2012, effective July 7, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 4305, unless otherwise noted. (Incorrect version published at 42 Pa.B. 2675 (May 12, 2012). Office of Attorney General notice rescinding approval published at 42 Pa.B. 3595 (June 23, 2012).)

§ 615a.1. Table game devices, conditional licenses.

 (a)  The Board may grant an applicant for a table game device manufacturer, manufacturer designee or supplier license a conditional license to conduct table game business in this Commonwealth.

 (b)  To be eligible to obtain a conditional table game device license, the applicant for a table game device manufacturer, manufacturer designee or supplier license shall:

   (1)  Submit a completed manufacturer, manufacturer designee or supplier license application, including the nonrefundable application fee as posted on the Board’s web site at www.pgcb.pa.gov, and pass a preliminary review.

   (2)  Be certified as a gaming service provider in this Commonwealth or be licensed in good standing to manufacture or provide table game devices in another jurisdiction in the United States or Canada that the Board has determined has licensing standards that are as comprehensive and thorough and provide similar adequate safeguards as those required under the act.

   (3)  Submit a written statement from a slot machine licensee, manufacturer licensee, manufacturer designee licensee or supplier licensee that the slot machine licensee, manufacturer licensee, manufacturer designee licensee or supplier licensee intends to do business with the applicant for the purpose of purchasing, selling or marketing table game devices.

   (4)  Pass a preliminary review of the applicant’s criminal history.

   (5)  Submit full payment of the licensing fee, as posted on the Board’s web site, for the table game device manufacturer, manufacturer designee or supplier license prior to the issuance of the conditional license.

 (c)  An applicant for a table game device manufacturer, manufacturer designee or supplier license that has received a conditional license shall provide monthly transaction reports to the Bureau of Licensing by the 20th calendar day of the following month during the period of conditional licensure. The monthly transaction reports must include:

   (1)  The date table game devices were provided to a licensee.

   (2)  A description of the table game devices provided.

   (3)  The amount paid by the licensee for the table game devices.

   (4)  A copy of the invoice for the table game devices.

 (d)  If the Office of Enforcement Counsel issues a Notice of Recommendation for Denial to an applicant for a table game device manufacturer, manufacturer designee or supplier license that has received a conditional license, the Bureau of Licensing may rescind the conditional license. If the conditional license is rescinded, the conditional licensee shall cease conducting business by the date specified in the notice of the rescission sent to the conditional licensee by the Bureau of Licensing under subsection (e).

 (e)  When the Bureau of Licensing rescinds a conditional license, the Bureau of Licensing will notify the holder of the conditional license and all slot machine licensees, manufacturer licensees, manufacturer designee licensees and supplier licensees by registered mail that:

   (1)  Permission for the conditional licensee to conduct business under subsection (a) has been rescinded.

   (2)  Slot machine licensees, manufacturer licensees, manufacturer designee licensees and supplier licensees shall cease conducting business with the conditional licensee by the date specified in the notice.

 (f)  Pending a hearing on the Notice of Recommendation for Denial, the conditional licensee may not seek or conduct any new business in this Commonwealth and may only complete transactions that were commenced prior to the date specified in the notice of rescission.



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