Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1350-03-.01 - [Effective until 12/28/2023] APPLICABILITY

This Chapter contains Minimum Internal Controls Standards ("MICS") applicable to all Licensees and, by extension, to all Registrants that provide services that would otherwise be subject to Chapter 1350-03 if such services were provided by the Licensee. The purpose of this Chapter is to ensure all Licensees and applicable Registrants apply the same minimal due diligence to their Interactive Sports Gaming operations in the State of Tennessee, including procedures, administration, and accounting controls in order to maintain the integrity of sports wagering in the State of Tennessee and to protect the public interest. Compliance with this Chapter ensures that Licensees and applicable Registrants have appropriate security controls in place so that Players are not exposed to unnecessary risks when choosing to participate in Interactive Sports Gaming.

This Chapter shall be included in and made a part of any Licensee's Interactive Sports Gaming operations. This Chapter may be amended pursuant to T.C.A. § 4-49-106(b). Defined terms, unless otherwise noted, shall have the same meaning included in Rule 1350-01-.02.

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Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1350-03-.01
Emergency rules filed December 22, 2021 to become effective January 1, 2022; effective through June 30, 2022. New rules filed March 22, 2022; effective June 20, 2022. Emergency rules filed June 20, 2023 to become effective 7/1/2023; effective through 12/28/2023 (EMERGENCY).

Authority: T.C.A. §§ 4-49-106, 4-49-110, 4-49-115, 4-49-115(f), and 4-49-125 and 2023 Tenn. Pub. Acts, Ch. 450.

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