Under the compacts, tribes pay monthly exclusivity fees based on a sliding scale for Class III electronic games. Exclusivity fees are distributed to the Education Reform Revolving Fund (1017 Fund), the General Revenue Fund and the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. In FY 2022, the 1017 Fund received $168.3 million and the GRF received $23 million. ODMHSAS statutorily receives a set $250,000 annually from the exclusivity fees.
The compact also includes minimum state regulatory requirements on games, accounting and auditing standards, the licensing of employees, liability insurance, property claim procedures and several other provisions. The Gaming Compliance Unit of the Office of Management and Enterprise Services carries out the oversight responsibilities granted to the state under the compact.