§ 804.1. Qualified gaming entity license requirements.
(a) A qualified gaming entity seeking to offer interactive gaming in this Commonwealth may petition the Board for an interactive gaming certificate if all of the following apply:
(1) At least 120 days after the Board begins accepting petitions to offer interactive gaming in this Commonwealth under the act has passed.
(2) Any category of interactive game, as detailed in § 802.1(b) (relating to interactive gaming certificate requirements), remains available after eligible slot machine licensees failed to petition for authorization to offer that category of interactive game directly or through an interactive gaming operator.
(3) The entity holds a license, in good standing, in any gaming jurisdiction which entitles the entity to conduct casino, table or poker-style games in a physical land-based casino or by means of the Internet, or both.
(b) The Board will approve and post the process for selecting eligible qualified gaming entities, in the event more eligible qualified gaming entities petition for an interactive gaming certificate than there are interactive gaming certificates available, prior to the deadline for entities to petition the Board for any available interactive gaming certificates.
This section cited in 58 Pa. Code § 804.3 (relating to qualified gaming entity application requirements).
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