§ 10-14-11  DUTIES OF LICENSED VIDEO GAMING LOCATIONS.
   In addition to all other duties and obligations required by the Video Gaming Act, the regulations promulgated under the Video Gaming Act, the provisions of this article and of Chapter 11, Article 2 of the Village Code, each licensed video gaming location has an ongoing duty to comply with the following:
   (A)   Provide secure premises for the placement, operation and play of video gaming terminals;
   (B)   Permit no one to tamper with or interfere with the approved operation of any video gaming terminal;
   (C)   Ensure that all connections with the central communications system and associated video gaming equipment are at all times maintained and prevent any person from tampering or interfering with the approved, continuing operation of the central communications system;
   (D)   Accept nothing of value from any video terminal operator or any agent or representative of any video terminal operator as an incentive or inducement to locate, keep or maintain video gaming terminals at the licensed video gaming location;
   (E)   Conduct advertising and promotional activities in accordance with the Video Gaming Act, the regulations promulgated under the Video Gaming Act and this chapter and in a manner that does not reflect adversely on or that would discredit or tend to discredit the Illinois gaming industry, the state or the village;
   (F)   Immediately remove all video gaming terminals from the restricted area of play:
      (1)   Upon order of the Illinois Gaming Board, the village, an agent of the Illinois Gaming Board or an agent of the village, or
      (2)   That have been out of service or otherwise inoperable for more than 72 hours;
   (G)   Enter into a written use agreement with a licensed video terminal operator for the placement of any video gaming terminals, which agreement shall comply with the Video Gaming Act, the regulations promulgated under the Video Gaming Act and this article;
   (H)   Ensure that video gaming terminals are placed and remain in a designated, approved location;
   (I)   Prevent access to or play of video gaming terminals by persons who are under the age of 21 years or who are visibly intoxicated;
   (J)   Commit no violations of the laws of this state or the ordinances of the village concerning the sale, dispensing or consumption on premises of alcoholic beverages that result in suspension or revocation of any liquor license held by or associated with a licensed video gaming location;
   (K)   Maintain at all times an approved method of payout for valid receipt tickets and pay all valid receipt tickets;
   (L)   Extend no form of deferred payment for video gaming terminal play in which an individual receives something of value now and agrees to repay the lender in the future for the purpose of wagering at a video gaming terminal;
   (M)   Promptly report all malfunctions of video gaming terminals and all out of service terminals to the video terminal operator and promptly notify the Illinois Gaming Board of a terminal operator's failure to provide service and repair of video gaming terminals and associated equipment within 24 hours after notice to the terminal operator;
   (N)   Install, post and display signs as required by the Illinois Gaming Board;
   (O)   Promptly notify the Illinois Gaming Board and the Liquor Commissioner of any unauthorized or illegal video gaming terminals or any video gaming device that is in violation of Section 35 of the Video Gaming Act;
   (P)   Exercise control over the licensed video gaming location;
   (Q)   Promptly notify the Illinois Gaming Board and the Liquor Commissioner of any action taken on or related to any state liquor license held;
   (R)   Allow maintenance and/or service of video gaming terminals and associated video gaming equipment only by licensed technicians and licensed terminal handlers possessing valid identification issued by the Illinois Gaming Board; and
   (S)   Redeem for cash a ticket dispensed by a video gaming terminal within its redemption period.
(Ord. 2020-09-29, passed 9-21-2020)