Supplier (Gaming Law) Law and Legal Definition

A supplier, with regard to gaming, is a person or company licensed by a concerned authority to rent, sell, or lease gambling equipments or to sell charity game tickets to qualified organizations licensed to conduct licensed games.

Following is an example of a state statute {[MCLS � 432.202] (Michigan)} that defines the term supplier :

Supplier means a person who the board has identified under rules promulgated by the board as requiring a license to provide casino licensees or casino enterprises with goods or services regarding the realty, construction, maintenance, or business of a proposed or existing casino, casino enterprise, or related facility on a regular or continuing basis, including, but not limited to, junket enterprises, security businesses, manufacturers, distributors, persons who service gaming devices or equipment, garbage haulers, maintenance companies, food purveyors, and construction companies.