23-5-621. Rules. (1) The department shall adopt rules that:
(a) implement 23-5-637;
(b) describe the video gambling machines authorized by this part and state the specifications for video gambling machines authorized by this part, including a description of the images and the minimum area of a screen that depicts a bingo, poker, keno, or video line game;
(c) allow video gambling machines to be imported into this state and used for the purposes of trade shows, exhibitions, and similar activities;
(d) allow each video gambling machine to offer any combination of approved bingo, poker, keno, and video line games within the same video gambling machine cabinet if the owner of the video gambling machine has received approval to report video gambling machine information using an approved automated accounting and reporting system or has entered into an agreement with the department to use an approved automated accounting and reporting system;
(e) allow, on an individual license basis, licensed machine owners and operators of machines that use an approved automated accounting and reporting system to:
(i) electronically acquire and use for an individual licensed premises the information and data collected for business management, accounting, payroll, and player rewards purposes;
(ii) use a player rewards system; and
(iii) acquire and use, at the expense of a licensee, a department-approved site controller; and
(f) minimize, whenever possible, the recordkeeping and retention requirements for video gambling machines that use an approved automated accounting and reporting system.
(2) The department's rules for an approved automated accounting and reporting system must, at a minimum:
(b) prescribe specifications for maintaining the security and integrity of the approved automated accounting and reporting system;
(c) limit and prescribe the circumstances for electronic issuance of video gambling machine permits and electronic transfer of funds for payment of taxes, fees, or penalties to the department;
(d) describe specifications and a review and testing process for approved automated accounting and reporting systems to be used by licensed operators, including the requirements for electronically captured data; and
(e) prescribe the frequency of reporting from an approved automated accounting and reporting system and provide exceptions for geographically isolated video gambling operators.