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Rule 3772-50-03 | General licensing requirements.

 

(A) No skill-based amusement machine operator, vendor, key employee, or location shall conduct or participate in conducting skill-based amusement machine gaming without first obtaining a license from the commission, except:

(1) A person that conducts or participates in conducting type-A skill-based amusement machine gaming is not required to obtain a license from the commission provided that the person does not conduct or participate in conducting any type-B or type-C skill-based amusement machine gaming.

(2) A skill-based amusement machine location that conducts or participates in conducting type-B skill-based amusement machine gaming is not required to obtain a license from the commission provided that the location does not conduct or participate in conducting any type-C skill-based amusement machine gaming.

(3) A person licensed as a type-C skill-based amusement machine operator by the commission that conducts or participates in conducting skill-based amusement machine gaming at a location wholly owned or operated by the licensee is not required to be licensed as a type-C skill-based amusement machine location by the commission.

(B) A person licensed by the commission as a type-C skill-based amusement machine operator may conduct or participate in conducting type-A, type-B, or type-C skill-based amusement machine gaming.

(C) Information provided on the application, and any additional information provided to the commission, shall be used as a basis for an investigation of each applicant or licensee.

(D) An incomplete application, or an application containing false, misleading, or omitted information, is cause for administrative action by the commission.

(E) The commission may reopen a licensing investigation or adjudication at any time.

(F) The executive director may recommend to the commission that it deny any application, or limit, condition, restrict, suspend, or revoke any license or impose any fine upon any licensee or other person according to this chapter.

(G) No person may re-apply for a license under this chapter for three years from the date the persons application for licensure was denied or license was revoked by the commission.

(H) No license issued under this chapter is transferable. A significant change in or transfer of control of a licensee, as determined by the commission, shall require the filing of a new application and submission of the applicable fees under this chapter before any change or transfer of control is approved by the commission.

(I) In the event that the application fee paid by an applicant under this chapter is insufficient to cover the actual costs of investigating the suitability of the applicant, the commission may assess additional fees to cover the costs of investigation that exceed the application fee paid under this chapter.

Supplemental Information

Authorized By: 3772.03
Amplifies: 3772.03, 2915.01
Five Year Review Date: 4/23/2023