N.J. Admin. Code § 13:47-5A.2 - Requirements for electronic games of chance systems

(a) An electronic games of chance system shall have dial-up capability, so that the Control Commission may remotely verify the operation, compliance and internal accounting systems at any time. The manufacturer shall provide to the Control Commission all current protocols, passwords, and any other required information needed to access the system. Any and all reports maintained or generated by the electronic games of chance system shall be capable of being downloaded or otherwise accessed via the modem. A check sum number or digital signature shall be obtained for the proprietary software submitted for testing to be used to verify proprietary software compliance at playing locations.
(b) Except for the release of the information to the Control Commission in accordance with (a) above, the manufacturer shall secure all protocols, passwords, and any other required information needed to access its system and such information shall not be accessible so that it is not able to be altered.
(c) If an electronic games of chance system includes player tracking software, records generated by the use of the player tracking software are subject to review by the Control Commission. The records shall be maintained by the registered organization for a period of not less than 12 months. Player tracking records shall at all times be the property of the registered organization and neither the manufacturer nor the distributor shall utilize or make available to any person, other than the Control Commission or as otherwise authorized by law, the information contained within the player tracking software without the express written permission of the registered organization.
(d) An electronic games of chance system shall permit the games of chance to be played in accordance with the rules established by the Control Commission.
(e) An electronic games of chance system shall be designed with sufficient security safeguards so as to permit verification that all proprietary software components are authentic copies of the approved software components and all functioning components of the electronic games of chance system are operating with identical copies of approved software programs. The system shall also have sufficient security safeguards so that any restrictions or requirements authorized by the Control Commission or any approved proprietary software are protected from alteration by unauthorized personnel.


N.J. Admin. Code § 13:47-5A.2

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