Location Applicants please be advised that the IGB will ask additional questions related to past business practices.
The IGB is likely to ask you about amusement games in your establishment. Should you be asked specifically about “Gray Games” you may consider responding by asking for clarification of a “Gray Game” or state that you have had simulated gaming amusement games that were licensed by the state and in compliance with section 35 of the Video Gaming Act meaning that the amusement games did not have a credit clearing mechanism.
The IGB is also likely to ask you whether you have ever paid out on your games. Please be advised that you are ineligible for a license if you have been caught paying off on an illegal game after December 16, 2009. Also please keep in mind that using an amusement game for a gambling device is defined by the Video Gaming Act to mean you have been convicted of gambling under the state’s criminal code.
If neither of these apply you may respond that you have not paid off on an illegal game and reaffirm that your amusement games are in compliance.