(A) Video lottery games may be played by and video lottery prize payments may be paid to video lottery participants. In the event that an individual under twenty-one years of age plays a video lottery game, the play of the game is voidable and the individual under twenty-one years of age forfeits all credits.
(B) The following persons may not play video lottery games or claim, redeem or attempt to claim or redeem credit vouchers, video lottery prize winnings and/or video lottery prize payments won from video lottery games played within the state:
(1) An officer or employee of the state lottery commission, any officer or employee of the auditor of the state, if the employee of the auditor of the state is involved in any manner in activities pertaining to lottery, or any blood relative or spouse of such an officer or employee of the commission or auditor of state living as a member of the officer's or employee's household;
(2) Any video lottery principal of a technology provider involved in any manner in video lottery in the state and any employee of a technology provider involved in any manner in video lottery in the state, or any blood relative or spouse of such video lottery principal or employee living as a member of the video lottery principal's or employee's household.
(C) Wagers may be placed using currency, credit vouchers, replays of credits awarded, value credits or any form of card which contains credit for play on a video lottery terminal.
(D) The minimum wager for each video lottery ticket may be one cent and the maximum wager paid for each video lottery ticket shall be established for each video lottery game by the director or commission in accordance with commission rules.
(E) Each video lottery terminal shall display the amount wagered and the amount awarded for each possible winning occurrence based on the amount or credits wagered.
(F) Each video lottery terminal shall provide a method for video lottery participants to view the payout tables for the video game or video lottery games offered on the video lottery terminal being played.
(G) Video lottery games offered by video lottery sales agents on the video lottery terminals in their facilities must be approved by the director and/or the commission.
(H) Video lottery sales agents may be authorized pursuant to rules promulgated by the commission under division 3770:2 of the Administrative Code to offer tournament play to video lottery participants.
Cite as Ohio Admin. Code 3770:2-7-01
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates:
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3770.03
Rule Amplifies: 3770.01, 3770.02, 3770.03 , 3770.06, 3770.21
Prior Effective Dates: 10/28/2010