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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 11. Gaming
Agency 15. Charitable Gaming Board
9/28/2020

Chapter 40. Charitable Gaming RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Eligibility for permit to conduct charitable gaming; when valid; permit requirements
Section 30
Permit application process
Section 40
Suspension, revocation, or denial of permit
Section 50
Conduct of bingo, instant bingo, pull-tabs, seal cards, event games, network bingo, and raffles
Section 60
Rules of play
Section 70
Bank accounts
Section 80
Recordkeeping
Section 90
Financial reporting, penalties, inspections and audits
Section 100
Use of proceeds
Section 110
Requirements regarding renting premises, agreements, and landlord participation
Section 120
Suppliers of charitable gaming supplies: application, qualifications, suspension, revocation or refusal to renew permit, maintenance, and production..
Section 130
Construction and other standards for bingo, instant bingo, pull-tabs, seal cards, raffles, electronic bingo devices, and instant bingo, pull-tab...
Section 140
Instant bingo, pull-tabs, or seal card randomization standards
Section 143
Electronic random number generator standards
Section 147
Manufacturers of electronic games of chance systems: application, qualifications, suspension, revocation or refusal to renew permit, maintenance...
Section 150
Approval of distributed pull-tab systems, validation systems, point-of-sale stations, and redemption terminals; approval of game themes and sounds
Section 160
Distributed pull-tab system
Section 170
Dispensing of electronic game cards pull-tabs
Section 180
Game set requirements
Section 190
Game set definition
Section 200
Data required to be available for each game set
Section 210
Security requirements
Section 220
Backup and recovery
Section 230
Electronic accounting and reporting
Section 240
Randomization
Section 250
Communications and network requirements
Section 260
Significant events
Section 270
Validation system and redemption
Section 280
Point of sale; validation terminal
Section 290
Location of equipment
Section 300
Electronic pull-tab device general requirements
Section 310
Cabinet wiring
Section 320
Electronic pull-tab device identification
Section 330
Doors; compartments
Section 340
Memory clear
Section 350
Critical memory
Section 360
Program storage devices
Section 370
Touch screens
Section 380
Bill acceptors
Section 390
Payment by voucher printers
Section 400
Payment by account
Section 410
Game play requirements
Section 420
[Repealed]
Section 430
[Repealed]
Section 440
Network bingo providers: application, qualifications, suspension, revocation or refusal to renew permit, maintenance, and production of records
Section 450
Approval of equipment used to perform network bingo
Section 460
Location of equipment
Section 470
Communications and network requirements
Section 480
Backup and recovery
Section 490
Security requirements
Section 500
Randomization
Section 510
Point of sale terminal
Section 520
Game play requirements
Section 600
Procedural rules for the conduct of fact-finding conferences and hearings
Section 610
Reporting violations
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