Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Video Gaming Act. Allows for video gaming by organization licensees and inter-track wagering location licensees under the Illinois Horse Racing Act of 1975; makes conforming changes throughout the Video Gaming Act and in the Criminal Code of 2012. Removes references to organization licensees and inter-track wagering location licensees from the definition of "licensed establishment". Provides that an organization licensee who held that license in 2016 may operate up to 500 video gaming terminals on its premises at any time and an inter-track wagering location licensee may operate up to 5 video gaming terminals at the inter-track wagering location licensee's location or on the premises of the organization licensee with which they are affiliated. Requires organization licensees and inter-track wagering location licensees to deposit 40% of their share of the net terminal income from video gaming into the horsemen purse accounts associated with their respective racetrack to be distributed by agreements between breeds. Makes other changes.