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58 Pa. Code § 804a.2. Qualified gaming entity petition requirements.

§ 804a.2. Qualified gaming entity petition requirements.

 (a)  A qualified gaming entity petitioner for an interactive gaming certificate shall submit to the Board a petition containing the information required by slot machine licensees seeking an interactive gaming certificate under §  802a.2 (relating to interactive gaming certificate petition and standards).

 (b)  The qualified gaming entity petitioner shall also show, by clear and convincing evidence, all of the following:

   (1)  It is licensed in good standing in another gaming jurisdiction.

   (2)  The licensing standards of that other gaming jurisdiction are comprehensive and thorough and provide similar safeguards as those required by the Commonwealth.

   (3)  The petitioner has the business experience and expertise to operate an interactive gaming system.

 (c)  In addition to the materials required under subsections (a) and (b), the qualified gaming entity petitioner for an interactive gaming certificate shall show, by clear and convincing evidence, that it has implemented or will implement all of the following:

   (1)  Interactive gaming that complies in all respects with the requirements of this subpart and regulations promulgated by the Board.

   (2)  A system of age, identity and location verification protocols designed to block access to individuals under 21 years of age and persons otherwise excluded or prohibited from engaging in interactive gaming in accordance with this subpart, as approved by the Board, has been implemented by the petitioner.

   (3)  Appropriate data security standards to prevent unauthorized access by any person whose age, identity and location has not been verified or cannot be verified in accordance with the regulations promulgated by the Board.

   (4)  Appropriate standards to protect the privacy and security of registered players with a reasonable degree of certainty.

   (5)  A system of internal and accounting controls applicable to interactive gaming, and the security and integrity of all financial transactions in connection with the system, that complies with this chapter and regulations promulgated by the Board.

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