Gambling Control Board
Information and Forms
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Who is required to obtain a distributor's license?
A distributor's license must be obtained by any person or entity distributing lawful gambling equipment in Minnesota.
Lawful gambling equipment means disposable equipment that includes:
Lawful gambling equipment also means permanent equipment that includes:
How much is the application fee?
The application fee is $6,000. A license is valid for one year.
What do we submit to apply for a distributor's license?
Submit the following to the Minnesota Gambling Control Board.
Upon receipt of the completed background check and tax clearance, your application will be presented to the Minnesota Gambling Control Board for consideration at a monthly board meeting.
Questions regarding the license application?
Minnesota statutes and rules governing licensed distributors of lawful gambling equipment.
Minnesota Statute 349.161 Distributor License.
The following forms are used in a distributor's business.
LG420 Distributor to Organization Lease Agreement for Pull-Tab Dispensing Device.
LG423 Distributor to Organization Sales Agreement for Pull-Tab Dispensing Device.
LG460 Distributor Pricing Report. For further information call 651-639-4086.
LG461 Delinquent Organization Report.
LG431 State Registration Stamp Order Form. State registration stamps must be placed on permanent gambling equipment which is defined as devices for selecting bingo numbers, paddlewheels, paddlewheel tables, and pull-tab dispensing devices.
LG432 Registration of Permanent Equipment.
LG422 Distributor License Termination Plan.
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