Although many states restrict Las Vegas-style slot machines to commercial and tribal casinos, a handful of U.S. gaming jurisdictions also permit limited-stakes video lottery terminals (VLTs) or video gaming machines (VGTs) in non-casino venues such as bars, restaurants, and civic organizations.
In recent years, this segment of the U.S. gaming market — sometimes referred to as slot-route operations or distributed gaming — has attracted greater attention among policymakers, in part due to the explosive growth of Illinois’ VGT market.
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