OAR 177-200-0065
Video Lottery Game Management


Video Game Management: The Director of the Lottery shall manage the Video LotterySM games installed on its Video LotterySM game terminals pursuant to ORS 461.200 (Operation of lottery).The Director may revise the Lottery’s Video LotterySM games at any time and in any manner. The Lottery is under no obligation to continue to operate existing games and may initiate new or revised games at any time.


Retailer’s Sales: A retailer’s sales of all Lottery tickets and shares and sales of non-Lottery products are the prime factors considered by the Lottery in managing the games installed on its Video LotterySM equipment. A retailer’s sales from Video LotterySM games must comply with the provisions of OAR 177-040-0017 (Additional Video Lottery Retailer Application Requirements and Lottery Authority to Prevent and Resolve Concentrations) or 177-040-0061 (Casino Prohibition) and 177-045-0030 (Video Lottery Game Terminals).


Removal of Games: The Lottery may furnish or remove video games from equipment on a retailer’s premises at any time for any reason.The Lottery may limit the amount of time that a game is available at any time for any reason.


Test Equipment: With the consent of the retailer, the Lottery may test new or revised games on its equipment on a retailer’s premises.


Operation of Other Laws: This rule does not preclude the Lottery from removing any or all of its games installed on its equipment or limiting the time or hours the games are operational pursuant to any other applicable law or contract provision.

Source: Rule 177-200-0065 — Video Lottery Game Management, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=177-200-0065.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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