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58 Pa. Code § 1001a.2. General requirements.

§ 1001a.2. General requirements.

 (a)  A casino simulcasting permit holder may conduct casino simulcasting in a simulcasting facility in accordance with the act and this chapter.

 (b)  An application for a casino simulcasting permit shall be submitted on forms or in an electronic format supplied or approved by the Board and contain all of the following information:

   (1)  The name, business address and contact information of the applicant.

   (2)  The name and location of the applicant’s licensed facility.

   (3)  The name, business address, job title and a photograph of each principal and key employee of the applicant who will be involved in the conduct of casino simulcasting who is not currently licensed by the Board or the Commission, if known. If the principal and key employee are currently licensed by the Board, the application must specifically identify their participation in the conduct of casino simulcasting.

   (4)  The estimated number of full-time and part-time employment positions that will be created at the licensed facility if casino simulcasting is authorized and an updated hiring plan under section 1510(a) of the act (relating to labor hiring preferences) which outlines the applicant’s plan to promote the representation of diverse groups and Commonwealth residents in the employment positions.

   (5)  A brief description of the economic benefits expected to be realized by the Commonwealth, the Department of Agriculture and the race horse industry in this Commonwealth if casino simulcasting is authorized at the applicant’s licensed facility.

   (6)  The details of any financing, if applicable, obtained or that will be obtained to fund an expansion or modification of the licensed facility to accommodate casino simulcasting or construct a simulcasting facility or to otherwise fund the cost of commencing casino simulcasting operations.

   (7)  Information and documentation concerning financial background and resources, as the Board may require, to establish by clear and convincing evidence the financial stability, integrity and responsibility of the applicant.

   (8)  A copy of or a detailed description of the terms and conditions of any agreement the licensed gaming entity has entered into or will enter into with a licensed racing entity to facilitate the conduct of casino simulcasting.

   (9)  A detailed description of any financial arrangements between a licensed gaming entity and a licensed racing entity related to the conduct of casino simulcasting.

   (10)  Detailed site and architectural plans of the proposed simulcasting facility within the applicant’s licensed facility.

   (11)  A statement demonstrating compliance with the Interstate Horseracing Act of 1978 (15 U.S.C.A. § §  3001—3007).

   (12)  Any other information as the Board may require.

 (c)  Upon request of the Board or Board staff, the applicant shall cooperate and provide supplemental information in support of its application. The applicant shall provide requested documents, records, supporting data and other information within the time period specified in the request or, if no time is specified, within 30 days of the date of the request. If the applicant fails to provide the requested information within the required time period in the request, the Board may deny the application.

 (d)  The application, and amendments thereto, and other specific documents designated by the Board shall be filed promptly with the Board.

 (e)  An application and related materials that have been submitted to the Board will become the property of the Board and will not be returned to the applicant.

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