If you're considering joining the Illinois video gaming market and adding slot machine revenue to your business, you're in the right place.
The Illinois Video Gaming Act was introduced on July 13, 2009, regulating the use of slot machines in licensed establishments in Illinois. The Video Gaming Act legalizes the use of up to 6 video gaming terminals (VGTs or slot machines) in the following types of establishments
Establishments must be located in a municipality that has opted in to allow video gaming. Click here to view a list of all Illinois municipalities and whether or not they allow video gaming.
The average establishment in Illinois earns over $60,000 per year, some earn over $200,000 per year.Gaming revenue varies from establishment to establishment. Choosing the right mix of equipment, ensuring that equipment stays functional and advertising your slot machines can make all the difference. Our experience and expertise can help you have the greatest opportunity to earn money with slots in your establishment.
Net Terminal Income (NTI): for every dollar that is put into the video gaming terminal, minus the credits paid out to a winner, the remaining money is split up as follows:
This breakdown is determined by State law.