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58 Pa. Code § 1408a.2. Definitions.

§ 1408a.2. Definitions.

 The following words and terms, when used in this chapter, have the following meanings, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:

   Integrity monitoring—Observing sports wagering to identify suspicious wagering activity or unusual wagering activity to then report the activities to required parties.

   Personal identifiable information—Any data or information that can be used, on its own or with other data or information, to identify, contact or otherwise locate a player or registered player, including a player’s or registered player’s name, address, date of birth and social security number.

   Risk management—Processes and tools that sports wagering certificate holders or sports wagering operators use to manage the risk and liabilities associated with sports wagering.

   Sports wagering device and associated equipment—Self-service kiosk, point of sale system or other device, including associated equipment, used to accept sports wagering as permitted for use in this Commonwealth by the Board.

   Sports wagering system—Sports wagering devices, equipment, communication technology, software and hardware approved by the Board to conduct sports wagering in this Commonwealth.

   Suspicious wagering activity—Unusual wagering activity that cannot be explained and is indicative of match fixing, the manipulation of an event, misuse of inside information or other prohibited activity.

   Unusual wagering activity—Abnormal wagering activity exhibited by patrons and deemed by the sports wagering certificate holder or sports wagering operator as a potential indicator of suspicious activity which may include the size of a patron’s wager or increased wagering volume on a particular event or wager type.

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