Steps to Get Started

Checklist

Adding video gaming to your establishment can seem like a stressful process. It doesn’t have to be. Our professionals will work with you to make the process as seamless as possible. Let our experienced staff walk you through the rules and regulations needed for licensure. GGI has assisted over 200 clients in the submission of a variety of licensing applications and other requirements.

The Path To Riches

1. Liquor License​

Make sure your establishment has an “on-premise” liquor license, meaning you can serve alcohol at the establishment, unless you are a truckstop which must meet different qualifications.

2. (IGB) Application​

Make sure your establishment has an “on-premise” liquor license, meaning you can serve alcohol at the establishment, unless you are a truckstop which must meet different qualifications.

3. Fingerprinted​

Make sure your establishment has an “on-premise” liquor license, meaning you can serve alcohol at the establishment, unless you are a truckstop which must meet different qualifications.

4. (IGB) Contact​

Make sure your establishment has an “on-premise” liquor license, meaning you can serve alcohol at the establishment, unless you are a truckstop which must meet different qualifications.

5.GGI Visit​

Make sure your establishment has an “on-premise” liquor license, meaning you can serve alcohol at the establishment, unless you are a truckstop which must meet different qualifications.

6. IGB Visit​

Make sure your establishment has an “on-premise” liquor license, meaning you can serve alcohol at the establishment, unless you are a truckstop which must meet different qualifications.

7. Finalize Layout​

Make sure your establishment has an “on-premise” liquor license, meaning you can serve alcohol at the establishment, unless you are a truckstop which must meet different qualifications.

8. IGB Approval

Make sure your establishment has an “on-premise” liquor license, meaning you can serve alcohol at the establishment, unless you are a truckstop which must meet different qualifications.

9. Electical Installation​

Make sure your establishment has an “on-premise” liquor license, meaning you can serve alcohol at the establishment, unless you are a truckstop which must meet different qualifications.

10. Sci Terminal Setup

Make sure your establishment has an “on-premise” liquor license, meaning you can serve alcohol at the establishment, unless you are a truckstop which must meet different qualifications.

11. Time Configuration

Make sure your establishment has an “on-premise” liquor license, meaning you can serve alcohol at the establishment, unless you are a truckstop which must meet different qualifications.

12. Time to Go Live

Make sure your establishment has an “on-premise” liquor license, meaning you can serve alcohol at the establishment, unless you are a truckstop which must meet different qualifications.

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