Georgia coin operated skill redemption game (COAM) profits, after prizes are paid out, are split between Master License Holders, Location License Holders, and the GA Lottery according to Georgia COAM law. Starting July 1, 2017, the will be an update to the percentages for each party. The 2017 Class B COAM percentage update for Master License Holders, Location License Holders, and the GA Lottery is explained by below thanks to the GA Lottery COAM Division:


Effective July 1, 2017, the GLC shall update it’s revenue share by one-percent (1%). The COAM law requires that the location licensee place all of the COAM proceeds in a separate bank account no later than the next business day after the location licensee collects the proceeds. The updated percentage distribution for the Location License Holders (LLHs), Master License Holders (MLHs), and the GLC is listed below:

Location License Holder 46%
Master License Holder 46%
Georgia Lottery Corporation 8%

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