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April 23, 2018

            The three-year wait for new Skill-Based Amusement Machine (SBAMs) rules is over. The Ohio Casino Control Commission is rolling out brand new administrative rules today. SBAMs are defined in O.R.C. 2915.01 but are essentially devices that reward a player for playing games, that require skill, with a prize not more than ten dollars. Ohio law seeks to restrict these games from becoming slot machines in actuality and, therefore, illegal gambling.

            Enforcement of Ohio law and the new administrative code relies on new licensing requirements. Vendors, Operators (Type-B & -C), Type-C Locations, and Key Employees a...

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