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58 Pa. Code § 1405.9. Duty to investigate.

§ 1405.9. Duty to investigate.

 (a)  A sports wagering certificate petitioner or holder or sports wagering operator applicant or licensee shall investigate the background and qualifications of the applicants for sports wagering gaming service provider registration or certification with whom it intends to have a contractual relationship or enter into an agreement.

 (b)  A sports wagering certificate petitioner or holder or sports wagering operator applicant or licensee has an affirmative duty to avoid agreements or relationships with persons applying for a sports wagering gaming service provider registration or certification whose background or associations are injurious to the public health, safety, morals, good order and general welfare of the people of this Commonwealth, or who threaten the integrity of gaming in this Commonwealth.

 (c)  A sports wagering certificate petitioner or holder or sports wagering operator applicant or licensee has a duty to inform the Board of an action by an applicant for or holder of a sports wagering gaming service provider registration or certification, which the sports wagering certificate petitioner or holder or sports wagering operator applicant or licensee believes would constitute a violation of the act or this part.



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