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(230 ILCS 40/20)
Direct dispensing of receipt tickets only.
A video gaming
terminal may not
directly dispense coins, cash, tokens, or any other article of exchange or
value except for receipt tickets. Tickets shall be dispensed by
pressing the ticket dispensing button on the video gaming terminal at the end
of one's turn or play. The ticket shall indicate the total amount of credits
and the cash award, the time of day in a 24-hour format showing hours and
minutes, the date, the
terminal serial number, the sequential number of the ticket, and an encrypted
validation number from which the validity of the prize may be determined.
The player shall turn in this ticket to the appropriate
person at the licensed establishment, licensed truck stop establishment, licensed fraternal establishment,
licensed veterans establishment
to receive the cash award. The cost
of the credit shall be one cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, or 25 cents, and the maximum
wager played per hand shall not exceed $2.
No cash award for the maximum wager on any
individual hand shall exceed $500.
(Source: P.A. 96-34, eff. 7-13-09; 96-1410, eff. 7-30-10.)