Inter-Casino Linked System Law and Legal Definition
Inter-Casino Linked System refers to a network that connects gaming machines in different gaming establishments with a central computer. It is an inter-casino linked system including the hardware, software, communications technology and other associated equipment used to link and monitor games or devices located at different licensed gaming establishments. Systems that solely record a patron’s wagering activity are not inter-casino linked systems.
The following is an example for a state statute (Nevada) defining the term Inter-casino linked system :
According to Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 463.01643, Inter-casino linked system means "a network of electronically interfaced similar games which are located at two or more licensed gaming establishments that are linked to conduct gaming activities, contests or tournaments".
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