Under the legislation, the gaming board would be allowed to place someone on an exclusion list if the board or a court finds their conduct unsuitable. That could include people with a criminal history or an association with organized crime.
Illinois' Riverboat Gambling Act allows the gaming board to exclude people from casinos, but the state's Video Gaming Act does not.
The gaming board said it would help stress that video gaming is a privilege. Opponents say the list could interfere with due process.