✓ Will this be under your name or an entity?
✓ Your FEIN number
This number is a unique nine-digit number assigned by the Internal Revenue Service to business entities operating in the United States for the purposes of identification. It’s like a social security number for your business.
✓ Your State Department of Revenue ID number
The IL Department of Revenue will assign you an ID or Business Tax number when you register your business. It can be found on your certificate of registration.
✓ Local & State Liquor Licenses
✓ Release for Business Information
The Illinois Gaming Board requires you to submit a signed release of information for your business when you apply for video gaming. The form must be signed and notarized.
✓ Personal Information Affidavit
The Illinois Gaming Board also requires you to submit a signed release of your personal information when you apply for video gaming. The form must be signed and notarized.
✓ 3 Years Tax Transcripts + Current Financial Records
How healthy is your business? Lucky Street can help evaluate your business with this financial information.
✓ DOJ Federal Gaming Registration
Federal law requires every business involved in any form of gambling to register its activity with the United States Department of Justice. Visit https://www.justice.gov/
✓ Lease or Deed of property
✓ Any zoning documentation in progress
Some local governments require specific zoning to approve video gaming. Contact your City or Village Clerk for more information.
✓ Release of Tax information
The Illinois Gaming Board requires a signed release of tax information. It includes many of the details about your business. It also does Not need to be notarized.