Rule 3772-9-02 | Approval for use in a casino facility.
A casino operator shall not install, maintain, use, or operate any of the following electronic gaming equipment unless such equipment has been tested against and determined to meet the standards in the appendix to this rule and has been approved by the executive director in the commissions database of approved items and technologies:
(A) Slot machines or any component parts material to casino gaming activity, including random number generators, all game media, and progressive controllers;
(B) Mechanical or electromechanical devices used with live table games or electronic table games, including items using radio frequency identification technology, shuffling devices, and progressive controllers;
(C) System-to-system, game-to-system, or intra-device communication software, or any equivalent thereof, used in the conduct or monitoring of casino gaming activity, including accounting systems, bonusing systems, and player tracking systems, except for systems used solely for marketing purposes;
(D) Electromechanical devices used to account for casino gaming assets, including kiosks capable of distributing or collecting cashless wagering instruments and ticket validation equipment; and
(E) Any other device, software, hardware, or other technology that the executive director determines may affect the integrity of casino gaming in this state.