Audit Storage Devices

An Audit Storage Device (ASD) is a memory storage media that is used in place of a carbon copy audit roll produced by an impact printer in a video gambling machine.

Machine owners and operators who use audit storage devices will find that they help to:

  • minimize regulatory costs
  • simplify the reporting of video gambling machine revenue data
  • lessen administrative and record keeping burdens
  • enhance the management tools available to them, and to the state

The requirements specification for audit storage devices is available in the Divisional VGM and Tier I Resources.

Contact

For questions related to ASD desk audits, contact:
Lisa Christiansen
E-mail: lchristiansen@mt.gov