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Register November 2003 No. 575
Chapter Game 24
INTERTRACK WAGERING
Subchapter I — Definitions
Game 24.01   Purpose.
Game 24.02   Definitions.
Subchapter II — In-State Intertrack Wagering
Game 24.03   Application for intertrack wagering license and fees.
Game 24.04   Duties of a host licensee in conducting intertrack wagering.
Game 24.05   Duties of host licensee in accounting and reporting.
Game 24.06   Duties of the guest licensee in intertrack wagering.
Game 24.07   Intertrack wagering - emergency procedures.
Game 24.08   Intertrack wagering - ticket cashing requirements and procedures.
Game 24.09   Change of ownership.
Game 24.095   Termination of license.
Game 24.10   Duration.
Subchapter III — Interstate Broadcasts or Simulcasting
Game 24.11   Interstate broadcasts - Wisconsin racetrack as host track.
Game 24.12   Interstate broadcasts - commingled pools.
Game 24.13   Approval for simulcast wagering, fees, and charges.
Game 24.14   Duties of a Wisconsin host track in conducting simulcast wagering.
Game 24.15   Duties of Wisconsin host track in accounting and reporting.
Game 24.16   Duties of the Wisconsin guest track in simulcast wagering.
Game 24.17   Simulcast wagering - emergency procedures.
Game 24.18   Simulcast wagering - ticket cashing requirements and procedures.
Game 24.19   Termination of approval.
Game 24.20   Duration.
Game 24.21   Interstate broadcasts - emergency procedures.
Game 24.22   Off-site totalizator clearance.
Ch. Game 24 Note Note: Chapter RACE 24 was renumbered chapter WGC 24 under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 1., Stats., Register, March, 1995, No. 471.
Ch. Game 24 Note Note: Chapter WGC 24 was renumbered chapter Game 24 under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 1., Stats., and corrections made under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 6. and 7., Stats., Register November 2003 No. 575.
subch. I of ch. Game 24 Subchapter I — Definitions
Game 24.01 Game 24.01 Purpose. The purpose of this chapter is to govern procedures relative to the conduct of intertrack and simulcast wagering.
Game 24.01 History History: Cr. Register, April, 1994, No. 460, eff. 5-1-94; emerg. am. eff. 8-25-95; am. Register, January, 1996, No. 481, eff. 2-1-96.
Game 24.02 Game 24.02 Definitions. In this chapter:
Game 24.02(1) (1) "Commingled pool" means the combination of wagering data and monies wagered for specific pools of the host track with wagering data and monies wagered for specific pools of guest tracks for the purposes of calculating the odds and the payout prices and allowing for the guest track to adopt the host track's takeout rate.
Game 24.02(2) (2) "Core to core transmission" means the accumulation of wagering data in one racetrack's totalizator system and transmission of this data directly to the totalizator system of another racetrack.
Game 24.02(3) (3) "Decoder" means a device or means, or both, to convert encrypted audiovisual signals or data, or both, into a form recognizable as the original content of the signals.
Game 24.02(4) (4) "Direct private line" means a direct, private telephone line to be used exclusively by the mutuel manager, whose duties are described in s. Game 8.03 (2), and totalizator operator or their designees to communicate directly, and shall have no other permissible purpose.
Game 24.02(5) (5) "Downlink" means a receiving antenna coupled with an audiovisual signal receiver compatible with and capable of receiving simultaneous audiovisual signals or data, or both, emanating from a host track, and includes the electronic transfer of received signals from the receiving antenna to TV monitors within the guest track facility.
Game 24.02(6) (6) "Encryption" or "encrypted" means the scrambling or other manipulation of audiovisual signals to mask the original audio and video content of the signals and so cause such signals to be indecipherable and unrecognizable to any person receiving such signal unless the person has a decoder.
Game 24.02(7) (7) "Guest licensee" means the licensee licensed under s. 562.05 (6m), Stats., and authorized by the division to receive a broadcast of races for the purpose of conducting pari-mutuel wagering.
Game 24.02(8) (8) "Guest track" means the racetrack or an out-of-state site receiving a broadcast of races from another racetrack for the purpose of conducting pari-mutuel wagering.
Game 24.02(9) (9) "Honor" means to accept a pari-mutuel ticket for the purpose of canceling, refunding, exchanging, or cashing in exchange for a payout.
Game 24.02(10) (10) "Host licensee" means the licensee licensed under s. 562.05 (6m), Stats., and authorized by the division to conduct live racing and transmit a broadcast of said races to guest tracks.
Game 24.02(11) (11) "Host track" means the racetrack which is conducting live racing and is the provider of the broadcast of said races to the guest track.
Game 24.02(12) (12) "Minus-pool" means the amount distributable to winners in excess of the net pool.
Game 24.02(13) (13) "Racetrack" means any racetrack licensed under s. 562.05 (1) (b), Stats.
Game 24.02(14) (14) "Takeout" means the percentage of the pari-mutuel pool deducted by the association which includes pari-mutuel taxes, breakage, etc., prior to distribution of the pool.
Game 24.02(15) (15) "Ticket issuing machine" or "TIM" means a machine which prints hard copies of wagers.
Game 24.02(16) (16) "Totalizator system" means a computer system that accepts, records, issues, and accounts for all wagering information and transactions that occur during a race meeting.
Game 24.02(17) (17) "TOTE" means a term of art referring to a totalizator system.
Game 24.02(18) (18) "Transponder" means leased space segment time of an earth orbit communication satellite.
Game 24.02(19) (19) "Uplink" means an earth station broadcasting facility, whether mobile or fixed, which is used to transmit audiovisual signals or data, or both, on federal communications division-controlled frequencies, and includes any transfer of audiovisual signals from within a racetrack enclosure to the location of the transmitter at the uplink.
Game 24.02 History History: Cr. Register, April, 1994, No. 460, eff. 5-1-94; correction in (4) made under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 7., Stats., Register, March, 1995, No. 471; emerg. am. (1), (8) and (16), eff. 8-25-95; am. (1), (8) and (16), Register, January, 1996, No. 481, eff. 2-1-96.
subch. II of ch. Game 24 Subchapter II — In-State Intertrack Wagering
Game 24.03 Game 24.03 Application for intertrack wagering license and fees.
Game 24.03(1)(1) An applicant for an intertrack wagering license under s. 562.05 (1) (e), Stats., shall file with the division, at a time determined by the division, an application in the form and manner prescribed by the division, and any exhibits required by the division.
Game 24.03 Note Note: The forms may be obtained at the division's office at 150 E. Gilman, Room 1000, Madison WI 53703.
Game 24.03(2) (2) The applicant shall submit with the application a cashier's check or certified check in the amount as set forth in sub. (3), payable to the division, as a non- refundable application fee.
Game 24.03(3) (3) The application fee for an intertrack license shall be $2,500.00.
Game 24.03(4) (4) A license fee of $50.00 shall be assessed for each race performance on which intertrack wagering is not offered as an adjunct to a live on-track performance. There shall be no fee when intertrack wagering is offered as an adjunct to a live on-track performance. This fee shall be paid within 10 days after receipt of approval by the division.
Game 24.03(5) (5) The division shall grant a license for intertrack wagering under s. 562.05 (1) (a) or (b), Stats., only when intertrack wagering is offered as an adjunct to, and not in a manner that will supplant wagering on live on-track racing at that racetrack, and intertrack wagering will not be the primary source of wagering revenue at that racetrack.
Game 24.03 History History: Cr. Register, April, 1994, No. 460, eff. 5-1-94.
Game 24.04 Game 24.04 Duties of a host licensee in conducting intertrack wagering.
Game 24.04(1)(1) The host licensee shall do all of the following:
Game 24.04(1)(a) (a) Conduct intertrack wagering via core to core or machine (TIM) to tote transmissions with the guest track.
Game 24.04(1)(b) (b) Be responsible for the content of its broadcast and shall use all reasonable effort to present a broadcast which offers the viewers an accurate depiction of its racing program, a display of wagering information, and a continuity of programming between racing events. All equipment to be utilized in the generation, transmission, reception, or in any way affecting the audiovisual signal for which ratings are supplied shall be rated as broadcast quality by the federal communications commission.
Game 24.04(1)(c) (c) Provide:
Game 24.04(1)(c)1. 1. An uplink system or other systems or devices approved by the division;
Game 24.04(1)(c)2. 2. A transponder or other systems or devices approved by the division;
Game 24.04(1)(c)3. 3. Such security controls over its communication system, as approved by the division, as are necessary to protect the security of the signals, protect the best interests of the public and to maximize revenues to the state as approved by the division;
Game 24.04(1)(d) (d) Encrypt every audiovisual signal transmitted via satellite using a time displacement decoding algorithm encryption system which has been approved by the division or an equivalent encryption system approved by the division. Any method of transmitting audiovisual signals may not be used until approved by the division.
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