Kan. Admin. Regs. § 112-110-2 - Central computer system accounting

Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021

(a) Each central computer system (CCS) provided to the commission shall include an accounting and auditing mechanism.
(b) Each CCS shall be capable of supporting a network of 15,000 EGMs and the location controllers and validation stations needed to support the EGMs.
(c) Each CCS shall meet all of the following requirements:
(1) The CCS computers shall obtain all meter reading data in real time, which shall be no longer than two and one-half minutes after any meter acquisition request.
(2) The CCS shall keep accurate records, maintaining a total of at least 14 digits, including cents, in length for each type of datum required and of all income generated by each electronic gaming machine (EGM).
(3) The CCS shall be capable of monitoring the operation of each game and EGM.
(4) The CCS shall be capable of creating reports from the following information by EGM and by game, if applicable:
(A) The number of cents wagered;
(B) the number of cents won;
(C) the number of cents paid out by a printed ticket;
(D) the number of cents accepted from a printed ticket;
(E) the number of cents accepted from each coin, bill, ticket, or other instrument of value;
(F) the number of cents electronically transferred to the EGM;
(G) the number of cents electronically transferred from the EGM;
(H) the number of cents paid out by hand pay, which means the payment of credits that are not totally and automatically paid directly from an EGM, or canceled credit;
(I) the number of cents paid out by jackpot;
(J) the number of cumulative credits representing money inserted by a player;
(K) the number of cents on the credit meter;
(L) the number of games played;
(M) the number of games won;
(N) the number of times the logic area was accessed; and
(O) the number of times the cash door was accessed.
(d) The CCS shall be capable of generating the following reports:
(1) Gaming facility performance reports. The gaming facility performance report for the previous period shall be available to be printed on the first day of the next period. Each gaming facility performance report shall be available to be printed for all facilities and for specific facilities. The report shall include data from each EGM in play at the gaming facility. Each report shall contain the following information:
(A) EGM serial number;
(B) the number of cents played;
(C) the number of cents won;
(D) net terminal income, which is the amount played minus the amount won;
(E) Kansas lottery's administrative expenses;
(F) gross profits;
(G) drop amount; and
(H) drop time frame;
(2) a report that calculates the prize payout percentage of each EGM on the basis of cents won divided by cents played;
(3) a report that calculates cents played less cents won, divided by the number of EGMs in play at a facility, during the period;
(4) a report that compares cents played less cents won against total cents in less total cents out by EGMs. This report shall also include the value on the EGM's credit meter;
(5) a daily report showing the total number of EGMs in play and cents played less cents won;
(6) performance reports by brand of EGM, game name, game type, and facility number;
(7) a report by EGM number;
(8) a report of nonreporting EGMs by facility and by EGM supplier, summarizing the last polled date, EGM manufacturer and serial number, reason for error, and poll address;
(9) a report of nonreporting intermediary servers that are communicating with the EGMs but not reporting data by facility and by EGM that summarizes the last polled date, EGM manufacturer and serial number, reason for error, and poll address;
(10) a financial summary report listing facility summaries by date, amount played, amount won, net revenue, number of EGMs, and average net revenue by EGM;
(11) a transaction report listing facility, by EGM supplier and by EGM, that summarizes the electronic game machine manufacturer and serial number, cents in, cents out, net revenue, amount played, amount won, progressive jackpot contribution, win frequency, payback percentage, net jackpot won, number of times each game was played, and number of times each play resulted in a win;
(12) a report containing a record of all security events by EGM or event type over a specific time range; and
(13) a financial report based upon a user-specified time frame, by EGM, that summarizes cents in, cents out, net revenue, cents played, cents won, progressive jackpot contribution, win frequency, payback percentage, net jackpot won, games played, and games won.
(e) Each report specified in this regulation shall be available on demand and, if applicable, cover a period determined by Kansas lottery or commission auditing staff. On-demand reporting shall be sortable by date, EGM, game, EGM manufacturer, location, and facility. The time period of each report may be daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly, and sufficient data shall be resident on the database to accommodate a facility manager's need to report on a basis specified by the Kansas lottery or commission auditing staff.
(f) Each EGM event and all configuration data, including configurable pay table information, if applicable, shall be retained for each individual EGM in a backed-up CCS system.
(g) All security event data shall be retained for each individual EGM as well as accumulated for each facility.
(h) All game play statistics, EGM event data, and configuration data, including configurable pay table information, if applicable, shall be retained for each EGM in a backed-up CCS system.
(i) All accounting and security event data shall be retained and shall be accessible for at least seven years.
(j) All accounting and security event data shall be retained for each individual EGM and accumulated for each facility.
(k) Each CCS provider shall provide an invoicing software package for facility licensees. That software package shall allow the Kansas lottery to create periodic statements that interface with an electronic funds transfer account. The CCS shall be able to perform the following functions:
(1) Provide a gross terminal income summary to facilitate daily electronic funds transfer (EFT) sweeps that shall, at a minimum, contain the daily number of EGMs reporting, the daily cash in divided by cash out and daily cash played divided by cash won, daily gross EGM income, daily net balances, adjustments, progressive contributions, and jackpot reset values. The gross terminal income summary reports shall show the information by each EGM as well as by track and by total system, retailer, facility manager, and county;
(2) conduct downloading to tape, disk, or other standard data storage devices of the information necessary to facilitate the EFT daily sweep of each facility's net EGM income;
(3) create a balanced data file of general ledger journal entries to record all lottery activities and integrate into general ledger software on a daily basis and on a multiple day basis, as needed;
(4) provide payout analyses that indicate performance by EGM; and
(5) provide reports in a format as specified, by period to period, by the Kansas lottery.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 112-110-2
Authorized by K.S.A. 2007 Supp. 74-8772; implementing K.S.A. 2007 Supp. 74-8749 and 74-8772; effective May 1, 2009.

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