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58 Pa. Code § 806a.2. Interactive gaming supplier application and standards.

§ 806a.2. Interactive gaming supplier application and standards.

 (a)  An applicant for an interactive gaming supplier license shall submit all of the following:

   (1)  An Enterprise Entity Application and Disclosure Information Form for the applicant and each of the applicant’s principal affiliates.

   (2)  The nonrefundable application fee posted on the Board’s web site.

   (3)  A diversity plan as set forth in section 1325(b) of the act (relating to license or permit issuance) and Chapter 481a (relating to diversity).

   (4)  An application from every key employee under §  808a.3 (relating to interactive key employees) and principal under §  808a.2 (relating to interactive gaming principals) as specified by the Enterprise Entity Application and Disclosure Information Form and other persons as determined by the Board.

   (5)  An affirmation that neither the applicant nor any of its affiliates, intermediaries, subsidiaries or holding companies is an applicant for or holder of a slot machine license and that the applicant has neither applied for nor holds an interactive gaming manufacturer license.

 (b)  In addition to the materials required under subsection (a), an applicant for an interactive gaming supplier license shall comply with the general application requirements in Chapters 421a and 423a (relating to general provisions; and applications; statement of conditions; wagering restrictions).

 (c)  In determining whether an applicant is suitable to be licensed as an interactive gaming supplier under this section, the Board will consider all of the following:

   (1)  The financial fitness, good character, honesty, integrity and responsibility of the applicant.

   (2)  If all principals of the applicant are eligible and suitable under the standards of section 1311.1 of the act (relating to licensing of principals).

   (3)  The integrity of all financial backers.

   (4)  The suitability of the applicant and the principals of the applicant based on the satisfactory results of all of the following:

     (i)   The background investigation of the principals.

     (ii)   A current tax clearance review performed by the Department.

     (iii)   A current Unemployment Compensation Tax clearance review and a Workers Compensation Tax clearance review performed by the Department of Labor and Industry.



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