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58 Pa. Code § 815.6. Removal from the interactive gaming self-exclusion list.

§ 815.6. Removal from the interactive gaming self-exclusion list.

 (a)  For individuals who are on the interactive gaming self-exclusion list for 1 year or 5 years, upon the conclusion of the period of self-exclusion, the individual will be removed from the interactive gaming self-exclusion list without further action on his part.

 (b)  For individuals who have elected to be interactive gaming self-excluded for less than lifetime, the individual may be removed from the interactive gaming self-exclusion list if all of the following has occurred:

   (1)  The individual has filed a petition with the Board’s Office of Hearings and appeals requesting to be removed from the interactive gaming self-exclusion list.

   (2)  The individual has presented facts and circumstances which, in the Board’s discretion, demonstrate a compelling reason for the Board to grant early removal from the interactive gaming self-exclusion list.

   (3)  The Board has found by a preponderance of the evidence that the person should be removed from the interactive gaming self-exclusion list and issues an order to that effect.

 (c)  For individuals who have elected to be interactive gaming self-excluded for lifetime, the individual will not be removed from the interactive gaming self-exclusion list until all of the following has occurred:

   (1)  At least 10 years has elapsed since the individual placed himself on the video gaming self-exclusion list for lifetime.

   (2)  The individual has filed a petition with the Board’s Office of Hearings and appeals requesting to be removed from the interactive gaming self-exclusion list.

   (3)  The individual has presented facts and circumstances which, in the Board’s discretion, demonstrate a compelling reason for the Board to grant early removal from the lifetime interactive gaming self-exclusion list.

   (4)  The Board has found by a preponderance of the evidence that the person should be removed from the interactive gaming self-exclusion list and issues an order to that effect.



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