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58 Pa. Code § 1205a.4. Fantasy contest licensed operator duties.

§ 1205a.4. Fantasy contest licensed operator duties.

 (a)  A licensed operator shall comply with the conditions of licensure in 4 Pa.C.S. Chapter 3 (relating to fantasy contests) and the Board’s regulations.

 (b)  A licensed operator shall continually monitor fantasy contests for conduct which violates the provisions and restrictions of 4 Pa.C.S. Chapter 3 and the Board’s regulations, and immediately take steps to report this conduct to the Bureau upon discovery.

 (c)  A licensed operator shall implement measures to ensure the confidentiality of participants’ personal, financial and account information, and to prevent the public disclosure of this information except as provided by law.

 (d)  A licensed operator shall timely remit all taxes and assessments to the Department as provided for in 4 Pa.C.S. Chapter 3.

 (e)  A licensed operator shall cooperate with the Board, the Bureau, the Department and law enforcement authorities performing any function or duties related to monitoring, investigating or enforcing 4 Pa.C.S. Chapter 3 or regulations relating to fantasy contest-related activities.

 (f)  A licensed operator shall permit access to the licensee’s premises and fantasy contest terminal premises used in connection with the conduct of fantasy contests for the Board, the Bureau, the Department and the Pennsylvania State Police to facilitate the ability to perform regulatory oversight and law enforcement functions.

 (g)  A licensed operator shall maintain a record of all participant complaints along with a description of how the complaint was resolved and reconciled, which shall be made available to the Board upon request.

 (h)  A licensed operator shall submit to the Bureau a record of any suspicious transactions as provided in 4 Pa.C.S. §  325(4.5) (relating to conditions of licensure) within 2 business days of having reason to know that a suspicious transaction has occurred.

 (i)  Each licensed operator shall maintain an office, place of business, or registered agent for service of process in this Commonwealth and shall file with the Board the address and contact information for a person or representative in this Commonwealth authorized to receive service of process, documents and requests issued by the Board. If the Board makes a request for information or delivers documents or a notice to that address, it shall constitute receipt of those documents or requests by the licensed operator or applicant. If the Board will require access to the database for the licensed operator, this information shall be kept and be made available to the Board at the Pennsylvania office, place of business, or registered agent address, or at the offices of the Board.

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