(A) An applicant for a gaming-related vendor license shall establish, by clear and convincing evidence, the applicant's suitability for licensure.
(B) In determining whether to grant, maintain or renew a gaming-related vendor license, the commission shall evaluate and consider the following factors in addition to those set forth in Chapter 3772. of the Revised Code:
(1) The reputation and business experience of the applicant and its holding companies;
(2) Whether the applicant and its holding companies possess good character, honesty and integrity;
(3) Whether the applicant and its holding companies possess financial stability, integrity and responsibility;
(4) The ability of the applicant to purchase and maintain adequate liability and casualty insurance;
(5) The compliance history of the applicant, its holding companies and its affiliates or affiliated companies with casino-related licensing requirements in this state or any other jurisdiction;
(6) The criminal history of the applicant and its holding companies in any jurisdiction;
(7) Whether and to what extent the applicant or its holding companies have associated with members of organized crime and other persons of disreputable character;
(8) Whether the applicant or its holding companies have filed or had filed against it a proceeding for bankruptcy or have ever been involved in any formal process to adjust, defer, suspend or otherwise resolve the payment of any debt;
(9) Whether the applicant or its holding companies have been served with a complaint or other notice filed with any public body regarding a payment of any tax required under federal, state or local law that has been delinquent for one or more years;
(10) Whether the applicant or its holding companies have been a defendant in litigation involving its business practices during the past ten years;
(11) The extent to which the applicant or its holding companies have cooperated with the commission in connection with the background investigation;
(12) The extent to which the applicant or its holding companies have provided accurate and complete information as required by the commission;
(13) Whether awarding the license would undermine the public's confidence in the casino gaming industry in this state; and
(14) The suitability of any material person as determined by the executive director or his/her designee.