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58 Pa. Code § 806a.5. Interactive gaming supplier licensee responsibilities.

§ 806a.5. Interactive gaming supplier licensee responsibilities.

 (a)  A supplier shall submit to the Bureau of Licensing for review any agreements with a licensed interactive gaming manufacturer, licensed interactive gaming operator, slot machine licensee or interactive gaming certificate holder. The review may include financing arrangements, technical competency, compensative agreements and other terms or conditions to ensure the financial independence of the licensed interactive gaming supplier from any licensed interactive gaming manufacturer or licensed or certified interactive gaming entity.

 (b)  A holder of a supplier license shall have a continuing duty to do all of the following:

   (1)  Comply with the general requirements in Chapters 421a and 423a (relating to general provisions; and applications; statement of conditions; wagering restrictions).

   (2)  For publicly traded interactive gaming suppliers, provide notification of all SEC filings or, if the supplier is publicly traded on a foreign exchange, a copy of all filings submitted to the securities regulator that has jurisdiction over the foreign publicly traded corporation. The notification or copies of the filings shall be submitted to the Bureau of Licensing within 30 days after the date of filing with the SEC or securities regulator that has jurisdiction over the foreign publicly traded corporation.

 (c)  An employee of a licensed interactive gaming supplier who is a gaming or nongaming employee as defined in §  801a.2 (relating to definitions) shall obtain a permit under §  808a.4 (relating to interactive gaming employees) or registration under §  808a.5 (relating to interactive nongaming employees).

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