About VGTs for Indiana
With Video Gaming Terminals, Hoosiers win! The legalization of Video Gaming Terminals (VGTs) will create a new form of responsible entertainment for Hoosier adults in every community across our state while creating jobs, protecting small businesses and boosting state and local coffers by over $100 million in the first full year alone.
VGTs are pay-to-play electronic video games that simulate common games that you may see in a casino like blackjack or poker. These highly-regulated games use a video display and award lucky patrons with free games or credits that may be redeemed for cash.
VGTs for Indiana is supported by several organizations including the Indiana Amusement & Music Operators Association (IAMOA), Indiana Licensed Beverage Association (ILBA), Indiana Bowling Centers Association (IBCA), and the Indiana Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Stores Association (IPCA). Joining these organizations are 600+ local veterans’ organizations, bars and taverns located across the state of Indiana.
Video Gaming Terminals are a common sense solution that will give Hoosiers safe and convenient entertainment options while providing a boost to struggling local bars and veterans’ organizations in communities across Indiana.
Visit the VGT Facts page to learn how VGTs create jobs, help small businesses and veterans’ organizations, and create revenue for the State of Indiana.
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