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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 11. Gaming
Agency 20. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Charitable Gaming
Chapter 20. Charitable Gaming Regulations

11VAC20-20-290. Significant events.

The following significant events, if applicable, shall be collected from the electronic gaming device or point of sale and communicated to the system for storage and a report of the occurrence of the significant event must be made available upon request:

1. Power resets or power failure.

2. Communication loss between an electronic gaming device and any component of the distributed pull-tab system.

3. Electronic gaming device jackpot (any award in excess of the single win limit of the electronic gaming device).

4. Door openings (any external door that accesses a critical area of the electronic gaming device).

5. Bill validator errors:

a. Stacker full (if supported); and

b. Bill jam.

6. Printer errors:

a. Printer empty; and

b. Printer disconnect or failure.

7. Corruption of the electronic gaming device RAM or program storage device.

8. Any other significant events as defined by the protocol employed by the distributed pull-tab system.

Statutory Authority

§ 18.2-340.15 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 39, Issue 14, eff. March 29, 2023.

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