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Special Notice

Pursuant to the Tier 3 Resurgence Mitigation Plan announced by Governor Pritzker on November 17, 2020, all licensed Illinois casino gambling and video gaming operations of all kind are suspended until further notice effective at the conclusion of the gaming day at 11:01pm on Thursday, November 19, 2020.
Failure to comply with these mitigation efforts could subject licensees to discipline, up to and including license revocation.
The IGB will continue to enroll individuals in Self-Exclusion during Tier 3 Resurgence Mitigation. Individuals seeking to enroll in Self-Exclusion need to contact the Program Director to coordinate the enrollment process at an Illinois casino. The Program Director can be reached at (312) 814-4678, (312) 814-8832 or by e-mail at gene.oshea@igb.illinois.gov.

Video Gaming Applicable Law & Standards

Video Gaming Act

The Video Gaming Act (230 ILCS 40) is available online on the Illinois General Assembly website.
A hard copy of the Act can be found in the printed Illinois Compiled Statutes (any publisher), which is available at all law libraries and many public libraries. Go to 230 ILCS 40/1 et seq. If referencing a hard copy, make sure you look at the latest edition plus any supplements, as the Act has undergone numerous changes which may not be included in an older edition.

Rules

Adopted Rules

A copy of the Adopted Rules implementing the Illinois Video Gaming Act, 230 ILCS 40 is available online on the Illinois General Assembly website.
The following adopted rule(s) are effective but have not been published in the Illinois Register.
No adopted rules are pending publishing at this time

Emergency Rules

An emergency rule is an adopted rule which becomes immediately effective upon first filing with the Secretary of State and automatically expires after 150 days.

Proposed Rules

Proposed Rules are rules that are authorized and submitted to Secretary of State and Joint Committee on Administrative Rules (JCAR). Each of these rulemakings has been filed with the Secretary of State on First Notice but has not yet been finally adopted. For each rulemaking, there is a link to the edition of the Illinois Register where the rulemaking appears and a specific page citation within that edition. Under the Illinois Administrative Code, there is a maximum of one year between the date a proposed permanent rule is filed in the Illinois Register and the date it is adopted.

Technical Standards for VGTs

Procedures

Guidance