Illinois gaming license requirements are a game of semantics. The state of Illinois has two forms: a Class B license and a Class C license. It is easy to get a Class B license, but that is just a temporary one. Once you’ve passed the initial test, you can get a Class C license (which is a permanent license, but still, a temporary one).
Illinois requires a lot of paperwork to get a Class C license. There is a $400 application fee and a $500 license fee. You have to fill out a 40 pages application form that includes a credit card number, birth certificate, social security number, address, and date of birth. The $500 license fee is not included in the application fee, but there are restrictions on how you can use your license, and you can only buy alcohol on your own property.
If you happen to get a Class C license which requires you to buy a lot of beer, you can basically buy it on your own property. But if you buy it from a dealer, you cannot be allowed to consume the alcohol on your own property. So if you’re a licensed game server, you can use your own property, but you must have a dealer license. That’s pretty much a requirement of Class C, but one that some players are still struggling with.
Yes you are allowed to buy alcohol, but you must have a dealer license. This is because the Illinois Gaming Commission has been known to refuse to license some players who buy beer from their own property. But the commission is looking into the issue, and a hearing is set for this month. As always, keep in mind that if you buy the alcohol on your own property, you can still have your license revoked.
For more information, check out the Illinois Gaming Commission website.
The issue of alcohol in Illinois has been a hot topic for quite some time now. There’s a lot of talk about whether it’s okay for you to purchase alcohol on your own property. Many states have already had their laws changed to allow for this to happen, but there’s still much debate about it. And the good news is that this month the Illinois Gaming Commission will have an official hearing about this.
In the last few weeks, the Illinois Gaming Commission has been hearing cases about whether or not it is okay to buy alcohol at your own home. That decision is still up in the air, but the state has already banned the sale of alcohol entirely in Illinois. For those of you who have purchased alcohol on your own property, you may want to contact your local Illinois Gaming Commission office to get information about whether or not you can buy alcohol in your own home.
It will take some getting used to.