(A) Training. A video lottery terminal may not be placed into operation in the state until the technology provider of the video lottery terminal provides training for the maintenance, repair, and servicing of video lottery terminals.
(B) Level of maintenance, repair and service. The video lottery sales agent shall facilitate and shall be responsible for the costs associated with the maintenance, repair, and service of the video lottery terminals, which includes but may not be limited to acquisition costs and paper costs, located at its facility as necessary and as required in order to ensure continued operation of the video lottery terminals.
(1) A maintenance log shall be kept for each video lottery terminal which shall be used to log each person, including lottery personnel, who gain entry into any internal space of a video lottery terminal.
(2) The log, at a minimum, shall include the name of the person, date and time of entry, and areas or components of the video lottery terminal accessed. The logs shall be maintained for a minimum of three years unless otherwise determined by the director, and shall be made available to the director upon request.
(C) Reports. In addition to any reports that may be required to be provided by technology providers of video lottery terminals, as required by the director, video lottery sales agents shall provide reports regarding maintenance, repair and service of video lottery terminals.