Casino Gaming Employee Application

If your Employer has informed you that you are required to be licensed as a Casino Gaming Employee in order to work in your position, then you must complete the application below.

Casino Gaming Employee License Application 
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Please Note
The attached form may be completed online and printed. However, it cannot be saved or submitted electronically.

Once you've completed the Casino Gaming Employee Application in its entirety, contact the hiring casino that is sponsoring your application. The casino will contact the Ohio Casino Control Commission (OCCC) to schedule an appointment for you to submit your application, be fingerprinted and also get a photo taken. You will need all mandatory forms of identification at the time of submission. If your name on any of the provided identification is different than your name on your application, you must also provide a court ordered name change, marriage certificate, or a divorce decree.

*Pages 2-6 of the Casino Gaming Employee Application provide instructions and explains how to complete your application.*

 **Please allow at least 12 weeks for your application to be processed**

Check Status

To check the current status of a Casino Gaming Employee license, please log on to the eLicense system.  Select “Casino Control Commission” under the section where you are prompted to choose a Board, select your profession (license type), enter your name (last,first), then click the "search" button to retrieve your application status.

Please Note
A "pending" status indicates that your application is still being processed. If further information is needed to complete your background investigation, you will be contacted from personnel within our offices.  

 **Please allow at least 12 weeks for your application to be processed**

Duty to Update Information
All casino gaming employee licensees and applicants must submit to the Ohio Casino Control Commission the required information per Ohio Administrative Code, chapter 3772-8-04.

You should fill out the Duty to Update form if:

  • You have changed your name, address or primary phone information 
  • You have any updated information regarding criminal, legal or financial information
  • You have had a gaming employment or licensing issue that would impact your suitability as a Casino Gaming Employee 

Duty to Update Information Form

The completed and signed form should be mailed to:

Ohio Casino Control Commission
Attn:Licensing & Investigations
100 E. Broad Street, 20th Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43215