In Georgia, the regulated route gaming industry is referred to as Skill Gaming where players use Coin Operated Amusement Machines (COAMs) to play. Class B COAMs are legal amusement machines regulated by the Georgia Lottery. Class B COAMs require skill to win. While playing, patrons will have the ability to determine their success by a nudge, hot swap or any other available skill options on the machine. As patrons accrue points, they can use their winnings to purchase products within your establishment.
After all prizes are paid out to your patrons, profits made on a Class B COAM are split between the Master License Holder, Location License Holder, and the Georgia Lottery Corporation (GLC). These percentages were last updated by the GLC on July 19, 2019: