oregon video lottery locations

Video lottery retailers by census tract

Interactive by Mark Graves/The Oregonian

Sources: Oregon Lottery; U.S. Census Bureau

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The map shows each video lottery retailer in Oregon and the median income of its surrounding census tract. Deeper shades mean lower incomes. The number of video retailers is lower in higher-income tracts. But that largely reflects the fact that higher-income tracts have more bar and restaurants with liquor licenses — the only type of businesses allowed to operate video poker.

Oregon video lottery locations

Oregon Lottery on Friday, May 15 began the process of restarting Video Lottery terminals in counties reopening under Governor Brown’s executive order, according to a news release.

As terminals come back online, players will notice some differences intended to increase safety, including:

■ Terminals must be spaced at least 6 feet apart

■ Players must request access to a terminal before playing

■ An employee must clean each terminal between play sessions

■ One player at a time is allowed ith the Governor’s office, public health officials and retailers across the state to provide safer access to Lottery games and help kickstart the state’s economic recovery,” noted Lottery Director Barry Pack. “While the shut down of Video was statewide and immediate, restarting will take some time as we work with retailers to ensure they can operate under the new guidelines.”

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