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58 Pa. Code § 1102a.1. Terminal operator licenses.

§ 1102a.1. Terminal operator licenses.

 (a)  An applicant for a terminal operator license may conduct video gaming upon approval by the Board and in accordance with 4 Pa.C.S. Part III (relating to video gaming) and this chapter.

 (b)  An applicant shall submit all of the following:

   (1)  An Enterprise Entity Application and Disclosure Information Form.

   (2)  The nonrefundable application fee of $25,000 in accordance with 4 Pa.C.S. §  4101(a) (relating to fees).

   (3)  A diversity plan as set forth in 4 Pa.C.S. §  3307 (relating to diversity).

   (4)  A current tax lien certificate issued by the Department.

   (5)  An application for each proposed key employee under Chapter 1105a (relating to key employees) and principal under Chapter 1104a (relating to principals) as specified in the Enterprise Entity Application and Disclosure Information Form.

   (6)  A statement that the applicant has developed and implemented internal safeguards and policies to prevent a violation of 4 Pa.C.S. §  4305 (relating to political influence) and a copy of the safeguards and policies.

   (7)  Details of any loans or other financial commitments to fund license costs and costs of operating video gaming.

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

   (9)  A consent authorizing the Board to conduct a background investigation, the scope of which is to be determined by the Bureau, in its discretion consistent with 4 Pa.C.S. Part III (relating to video gaming), and a release signed by all persons subject to investigation of all information required to complete the investigation.

   (10)  Information concerning maintenance and operation of video gaming terminals in other jurisdictions.

   (11)  Proof that the applicant has or will establish a place of business in this Commonwealth.

   (12)  A copy of, or a detailed description of, the terms and conditions of any terminal placement agreement entered into with an establishment licensee applicant or licensee.

   (13)  Any other information as the Board or the Bureau may require.

 (c)  Upon request of the Board or the Bureau, 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 a time is not specified, within 30 days of the date of the request. If the applicant fails to provide the requested information within the required time period as set forth 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 application or amendments thereto.

 (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.

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