The operation of casinos on Native American lands has mushroomed into one of the largest gaming sectors in the world since the 1988 Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, with annual revenues now surpassing $30bn.

GamblingCompliance helps industry suppliers understand tribal gaming’s unique regulatory environment, while allowing tribes and their advisors to monitor key legal cases and understand the opportunities and challenges presented by emerging offerings like online wagering and sports betting.

Latest annual Gaming Revenue Report data from the National Indian Gaming Commission of the United States. The data released contains the following information: Total tribal gaming revenues,...
Diamond Jo Casino, just a 90-minute drive south from the Twin Cities, has become a marquee attraction for Minnesotans looking to wager on their favorite local teams, a trend noticed by several...
On the same day Indian gaming regulators announced gross gaming revenue for tribes approached $34bn in 2018, the owner of Chicago’s Rush Street Gaming declared he is fed up with “hanging around” in...
Barely month after approving sportsbooks at tribal casinos, another new law has authorized North Carolina’s lottery commission to study whether to allow legal sports betting state-wide.
Although many states restrict Las Vegas-style slot machines to commercial and tribal casinos, a handful of U.S. gaming jurisdictions also permit limited-stakes video lottery terminals (VLTs) or...
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear re-argument in the case of Carpenter v Murphy by the end of its term in December as the justices decide whether to uphold a court of appeals ruling that could lead...
This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from August 2019 includes information on gaming litigation in Connecticut, Michigan and New Hampshire and fantasy sports enforcement...
Sweden's regulator announces a licensee meeting in the wake of industry complaints, Hong Kong's leader will skip the first Hong Kong Jockey Club opener for 20 years amid ongoing unrest and Caesars...
Nevada has the most prolific gaming market in the United States, offering the most casinos in any state, full-service sportsbooks, mobile wagering and internet poker.
A Las Vegas-based regional gaming company is buying six more house-banked card rooms in Washington state, as company executives continue to lobby lawmakers about the potential benefits of legal...
The long-awaited opening of Wynn Resorts’ $2.6bn Boston-area resort is already reshuffling New England’s increasingly competitive gaming industry, with rivals across the region slammed with double...
As an industry that has historically been slow to adopt new technologies, Steve Warner, chief operating officer of Automated Cashless Systems, says acceptance of cashless gaming will have to be a...
As the Oregon Lottery finalizes its plans to introduce sports betting next month, a Native American tribe will be the first to launch wagering on sports next week when they offer a full menu of...
The Ocean State's gaming market is currently anchored by video lottery terminals, and features a state lottery and charitable gaming. In 2018, Rhode Island became one of the first states in the...
Governor Kevin Stitt wants negotiations with Oklahoma’s Native American tribes on a new gaming compact to start next month but tribal officials are wary about any changes to the agreement that...
New York currently has thriving tribal and lottery sectors, and recently added commercial casinos to the mix. The Empire State is also implementing sports wagering regulations.

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