Or. Admin. R. 177-092-0055 - Prohibited Conduct

(1) The Lottery has determined that the following conduct negatively impacts the Lottery's constitutional mandate to ensure the fairness, integrity, security, and honesty of the Lottery. Therefore, in addition to prohibited conduct in relation to the player account (see OAR 177-046-0022), the following conduct is prohibited in Scoreboard:
(a) Using unfair external factors or influences on the game outcome;
(b) Using software, bots, or other automatic software to manipulate game results or the mobile app or site; or
(c) Placing duplicative or identical bets.
(2) In order to maintain the fairness, integrity, security, and honesty of the Lottery and its operations, the Lottery may close or suspend a player account and will not pay prizes on such shares or bets if the Lottery has any reason to believe that a player has engaged in prohibited conduct or the integrity of the underlying sporting event has been compromised.
(3) Notwithstanding the Lottery's privacy policy or other personal information protections generally provided to individuals, the Lottery reserves the right to inform relevant authorities and third parties including, but not limited to, law enforcement, governing bodies, credit card companies, and financial institutions when the Lottery suspects or knows prohibited conduct has occurred or is occurring.


Or. Admin. R. 177-092-0055
LOTT 2-2019, temporary adopt filed 10/01/2019, effective 10/1/2019 through 3/28/2020; LOTT 1-2020, adopt filed 03/20/2020, effective 3/29/2020

Statutory/Other Authority: OR Const. Art. XV § 4(4)(a) & ORS 461.120, 461.210, 461.220, 461.230, 461.240, 461.250, 461.260

Statutes/Other Implemented: OR Const. Art. XV § 4 & ORS 461.120, 461.200, 461.210, 461.220, 461.230, 461.240, 461.250, 461.260

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