Video gaming.

Authors: Senator Philip Boots

Co-authors: Senator Lonnie Randolph


Authorizes wagering on video gaming terminals in taverns. Requires the gaming commission to contract with a statewide video gaming operator to conduct video gaming through contracts with licensed taverns. Imposes a video gaming wagering tax of 30% of the net terminal income. Provides that the remaining net terminal income is divided equally between the statewide video gaming operator and the licensed tavern.