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Release Dates

Summer 2017

Benjamins Bank
High Roller
Dublin Dollars
Rising Dragon
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State Law Updates

 Follow link for detailed law information 750.310b Applicability of chapter; redemption.

  1. This chapter does not apply to a redemption game if all of the following conditions are met:
    1. The outcome of the game is determined through the application of an element of skill by the player.
    2. The award of the prize is based upon the player's achieving the object of the game or otherwise upon the player's score.
    3. Only noncash prizes, toys, novelties, or coupons or other representations of value redeemable for noncash prizes, toys, or novelties are awarded.
    4. The wholesale value of a prize, toy, or novelty awarded for the successful single play of a game is not more than $3.75.
    5. The redemption value of coupons or other representations of value awarded for the successful single play of a game does not exceed 15 times the amount charged for a single play of the game or $3.75, whichever is less. However, players may accumulate coupons or other representations of value for redemption for noncash prizes, toys, or novelties of a greater value up to, but not exceeding, $250.00 wholesale value.
  2. As used in this section, "redemption game" means a single player or multi-player mechanical, electronic, or manual amusement device involving a game, the object of which is throwing, rolling, bowling, shooting, placing, propelling, or stopping a ball or other object into, upon, or against a hole or other target. Redemption game does not include either of the following:
    1. Games such as roulette, beano, cards, dice, wheels of fortune, video poker, slot machines, or other games in which winning depends primarily upon fortuitous or accidental circumstances beyond the control of the player.
    2. A game that includes a mechanical or physical device which directly or indirectly impairs or thwarts the skill of the player.

Georgia Law

Follow link for detailed law information. http://www.legis.ga.gov/legislation/20132014/133649.pdf

House Bill 487 - To amend Title 48 of the Official code of Georgia Annotated; to amend Chapter 27 of the Title 50 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated; To amend part 1 of Article 2 of chapter 12 of Title 16 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated;