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(HS code(s): 950430); Domestic and commercial equipment. Entertainment. Sports (ICS code(s): 97); Gaming equipment; Kiosks

DUS 2659:2022 Gaming equipment — kiosks — requirements, First Edition; (32 page(s), in English)

This document provides requirements for Kiosks features which affect player fairness, revenue accounting and security. This standard does not govern MCS requirements for any other form of monetary transaction. This standard also does not govern advanced bi-directional communication protocols (i.e. EFT, AFT, Bonusing, Promotional, System Based Progressives, features that utilize an RNG, etc.) that support credit transfer between Gaming Device and MCS. This standard only supports one-way communication of events originated at the Gaming Device level to the MCS with the exception of the Ticket/Voucher Validation System Requirements that are incorporated within clause 4. This standard does not exclude Gaming Devices that operate with Player Account Cashless transactions for the purpose of communicating mandatory security events and electronic meters. This infers that all relevant monetary transactions at the EGD level are handled via electronic transfer through a secure communication protocol. These device types shall meet the applicable requirements set forth herein, specifically governing metering information and significant events in addition to other standards that shall apply.

The purpose of this technical standard is as follows:

a) To eliminate subjective criteria in analyzing and certifying the regulated operations of a kiosk.

b) To test the criteria that impact the credibility and integrity of a kiosk from both the revenue collection and security perspective.

c) To create a standard that will ensure that kiosks are fair, secure, and able to be audited and operated correctly.

d) To distinguish between local public policy and Independent Test Laboratory criteria.

e) To recognize that non-gaming testing (such as electrical testing) should not be incorporated into this standard but left to appropriate test laboratories that specialize in that type of testing. Except where specifically identified in this standard, testing is not directed at health or safety matters. These matters are the responsibility of the manufacturer, purchaser, and operator of the kiosk.

f) To construct a standard that can be easily revised to allow for new technology.

g) To construct a standard that does not specify any particular design, method, or algorithm. The intent is to allow a wide range of methods to be used to conform to the standards, while at the same time encourage new methods to be developed.