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58 Pa. Code § 1404.5. Sports wagering supplier conditional license process.

§ 1404.5. Sports wagering supplier conditional license process.

 (a)  The Board may issue conditional authorization to a person applying for a sports wagering supplier license until January 28, 2020.

   (1)  Conditional authorization issued under this subpart will remain in effect until the earlier of the date occurring 12 months after the issuance of the authorization or the date upon which the Board makes a final determination on the person’s application.

     (i)   The effectiveness of a conditional authorization may be extended by the Board not more than once, upon a showing of good cause.

     (ii)   Conditional authorization will allow an applicant for a sports wagering supplier license to engage in all of the functions of a licensed sports wagering supplier for the duration of the conditional authorization.

   (2)  A conditional authorization may not be issued unless all of the following apply:

     (i)   The sports wagering supplier license applicant has submitted a complete application for a sports wagering supplier license to the Board.

     (ii)   The sports wagering supplier applicant agrees to pay or has paid the fee prescribed by the Board prior to the issuance of conditional authorization.

     (iii)   The Bureau does not have an objection to the issuance of a conditional authorization to the sports wagering supplier license applicant.

 (b)  An applicant for sports wagering supplier license that has received a conditional sports wagering supplier license shall provide to the Board in the manner and the form as the Board will prescribe, on the 20th day following the end of each calendar quarter thereafter, a summary of the quarterly sales made to all sports wagering certificate petitioners and holders and sports wagering operator applicants and licensees in this Commonwealth, as well as all contracts or invoices concerning these sales upon request by the Board.

 (c)  Nothing in this section may be construed to waive fees associated with obtaining a license through the application process in this Commonwealth.

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