Deputies will fan out across the county visiting more than 60 businesses.
The people there will be given two pieces of paper letting them know by Thursday night to shut down the machines.
Sheriff Steve Whisenant showed Eyewitness News the paperwork his deputies will deliver Thursday letting business owners know about the court ruling and not to use the sweepstake machines.
They will then have to sign the notices warning them that deputies will charge them if they are caught.
"Bottom line is that it is a violation of the law according to the North Carolina statue and I have no choice but to enforce it," said Whisenant.
At Pearson's Sweepstakes near Drexel, the news of what is coming in the next 24 hours is not what customers like Donald Holeman wants to hear.
He believes the industry is being singled out.
"You've got the bingo parlors down here. They're not going to do anything about the bingo. That's straight-out gambling. You've got the North Carolina education lottery. That's gambling. Nothing is going to be done about that," said Holeman.
There are 62 businesses operating in Burke County with approximately 600 total machines.
For some of those businesses, the machines make up the majority of their revenue.
The Sheriff's Office will give the businesses until the end of the month to remove the machines.
Terry Clemmons said she'll miss the games and the people.
"We met a lot of good people. Good caring people. Loving people. Where are you going to go now? Stay at home," said Clemmons.
Caldwell and Catawba counties also plan to take action.