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58 Pa. Code § 441a.23. Category 3 slot machine licensees.

§ 441a.23. Category 3 slot machine licensees.

 (a)  To qualify as a well-established resort hotel with substantial year-round recreational guest amenities, the resort hotel must offer at the resort hotel a complement of amenities characteristic of a well-established resort hotel, including but not limited to the following:

   (1)  Sports and recreational activities and facilities such as a golf course or golf driving range.

   (2)  Tennis courts

   (3)  Swimming pools or a water park.

   (4)  A health spa.

   (5)  Meeting and banquet facilities.

   (6)  Entertainment facilities.

   (7)  Restaurant facilities.

   (8)  Downhill or cross-country skiing facilities.

   (9)  Bowling lanes.

   (10)  Movie theaters.

 (b)  A Category 3 slot machine applicant shall submit, as part of its application and its internal controls required under Chapter 465a (relating to accounting and internal controls), a plan detailing how the applicant will monitor the gaming area to ensure compliance with Chapters 503a, 511a and 513a (relating to self-exclusion; persons required to be excluded; and underage gaming) and that only the following persons are permitted to enter the gaming area:

   (1)  Registered overnight guests.

   (2)  Patrons of one or more amenities.

   (3)  Authorized employees.

   (4)  Other persons authorized by the Board.

 (c)  Individuals holding a valid seasonal or year-round membership, which has been approved by the Board and entitles the individual to use one or more of the amenities at the well-established resort hotel holding the Category 3 slot machine license, may be allowed on the gaming floor at any time. The Board will base its approval of a membership on the duration of the membership, the amenity or amenities covered by the membership and whether the fee charged for the membership represents the fair market value for the use of the amenity or amenities.

 (d)  A patron of an amenity at a well-established resort hotel holding a Category 3 slot machine license may be permitted unlimited access to the gaming floor for one 24-hour period within 72 hours of the use of the amenity.

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