§ 1407.4. Wagering device requirements generally.
(a) Wagering device programs shall contain sufficient information to identify the software and revision level of the information stored on the wagering device.
(b) Wagering devices shall have the ability to authenticate that all critical components being utilized are valid upon installation of the software, each time the software is loaded for use and on demand as required by the Board. Critical components may include wagering information, elements that control the communications with the sports wagering system or other components that are needed to ensure proper operation of the wagering device. In the event of a failed authentication (that is, program mismatch or authentication failure), the wagering device shall cease all wagering operations and display an appropriate error message. The sports wagering system shall have the ability to disable the wagering device upon any unsuccessful verification.
(c) Wagering devices shall be capable of recording all of the following information for each wager made:
(1) Description of event.
(2) Event number.
(3) Wager selection.
(4) Type of wager.
(5) Amount of wager.
(6) Date and time of wager.
(7) Unique wager identifier.
(8) An indication of when the ticket expires.
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