TITLE 68 INDIANA GAMING COMMISSION
LSA Document #12-5(E)
Temporarily adds rules regarding immediate family members of certain occupational licensees. Statutory authority: IC 4-33-4
. Effective January 9, 2012.
SECTION 1. The definitions in IC 4-33 and 68 IAC apply throughout this document.
SECTION 2. For purposes of this document, "promotion-related" means that a person is employed in one (1) of the following departments:
(1) Information technology.
(3) Promotions administration.
(5) Any other department that the commission determines may affect the outcome of a promotional event.
SECTION 3. An immediate family member of a Level 1 or promotion-related Level 2 occupational licensee is not eligible to win a prize in a commission approved promotional event:
(1) at the casino where the Level 1 or promotion-related Level 2 occupational licensee is employed; and
(2) if the dollar value of the prize to be awarded is more than one thousand dollars ($1,000);
unless the promotional event is a bona fide contest of skill judged by persons not affiliated with the casino licensee.
SECTION 4. (a) A casino licensee must take reasonable steps to prevent immediate family members of Level 1 and Level 2 occupational licensees employed at its casino from winning prizes in violation of this document.
(b) A casino licensee must not award any prize to an immediate family member of a Level 1 or Level 2 occupational licensee who wins a prize in violation of this document.
(c) A casino licensee must report to the commission any violation of this document as soon as the casino licensee becomes aware of the violation.
Filed with Publisher: January 9, 2012, 1:03 p.m.
Posted: 01/11/2012 by Legislative Services Agency
Composed: May 27,2018 6:07:19AM EDT
version of this document.