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58 Pa. Code § 1108a.3. Emergency gaming service provider.

§ 1108a.3. Emergency gaming service provider.

 (a)  A terminal operator licensee may utilize a gaming service provider that is not registered when a threat to public health, welfare or safety exists, or circumstances outside the control of the terminal operator licensee require immediate action to mitigate damage or loss to the licensee’s video gaming terminals.

 (b)  When using a gaming service provider that is not registered to conduct business to respond to an emergency, the terminal operator licensee shall do all of the following:

   (1)  Immediately notify the Board’s Bureau of Casino Compliance and Bureau of Licensing of the emergency and the gaming service provider that was selected to provide emergency services.

   (2)  File a Gaming Service Provider Emergency Notification Form with the Bureau of Licensing within 72 hours after commencement of the gaming service provider’s services and a written explanation of the basis for the procurement of the emergency gaming service provider.

 (c)  If the terminal operator licensee continues to utilize the gaming service provider after the emergency circumstances have passed or if the Bureau of Licensing determines that the circumstances did not necessitate the use of an emergency gaming service provider, the gaming service provider shall comply with the requirements in this chapter.

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