Tag: skill gaming

02

Aug2018
Federal law enforcement and the Ohio Casino Control Commission executed an undisclosed number of search warrants in Stark County. Their focus was on skill game parlors, as July 22nd was the deadline for registering all key employees, operators, vendors and locations of type B and C skill games with the OCCC. Type-B games ... Read More

29

Jun2018
Arcade games such as skee-ball, that issue tickets or tokens and games that snag prizes such as the claw machine, are now regulated by the Ohio Casino Control Commission. There are 3 categories of such skill games. Category A games award no prizes other than free replays. Pinball, Pac-Man, and ... Read More

03

Jun2016
The Ohio Casino Control Commission has released draft rules addressing skill-based amusement machines. Under the draft rules, machine operators, vendors, key employees, and machine locations would all require licenses to continue operating. The application and license fees add up to $20,000 for some licensees.  Under the rules as drafted, any ... Read More

21

Apr2016

Legal News

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The “skill game parlor” industry continues to wane. In 2014, Lance’s Skill Game Challenge in New Philadelphia was raided. Cash in the amount of $2,000 and 37 slot-machine gambling devices were seized in the raid. Owner Robert Lance of Fairfield Township, in Tuscarawas County, was indicted on four counts of gambling ... Read More