(A) Type A sports gaming proprietors must utilize a geofence system maintained and monitored by a licensed location-based technology provider, as described in rule 3775-9-03 of the Administrative Code, to dynamically monitor the geolocation of patrons attempting to place sports gaming wagers.
(B) Type A sports gaming proprietors must report to the commission the name of the licensed location-based technology provider it will use to ensure compliance with the requirements of Chapter 3775. of the Revised Code and the rules adopted thereunder.
(C) The location-based technology provider must perform a geolocation check to dynamically monitor the patron's location throughout a patron's placement of sports gaming wagers with a type A proprietor in accordance with the requirements of rule 3775-9-03 of the Administrative Code.
(D) If the location-based technology provider determines that a patron is not located in the State, the patron must be blocked from placing wagers by the type A sports gaming proprietor.
(E) Type A sports gaming proprietors must implement a notification mechanism to alert patrons of a geolocation check failure.
(F) Type A sports gaming proprietors or the location-based technology provider must have the geofence system tested for compliance with Chapter 3775. of the Revised Code and the rules adopted thereunder before being approved to offer wagering in the state and at any other time as required by the executive director. Documentation of the test parameters and results must be submitted to the commission for review upon completion of each test.
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