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.

As Governor Kevin Stitt maintains his position that the state’s tribal gaming compacts expired at the end of last year, Oklahoma’s two top legislative leaders stepped into the dispute on Thursday...
A Senate committee on Tuesday approved a constitutional amendment allowing racetracks and tribal casinos to offer retail and and mobile sports betting throughout California, despite opposition from...
This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from May 2020 includes tribal gaming in Oklahoma; internet gaming regulations in West Virginia; and gaming legislation in Illinois and...
The Ohio House of Representatives on Thursday voted to send legislation that would legalize sports betting to the Senate, but the proposed regulatory structure is not exactly being met with open...
As tribal casinos continue to reopen in California, cardroom owners are asking the governor to allow them to reopen after the state issued a closure order more than two months ago to stem the...
Florida has a large gaming market; however, following the adoption of two ballot measures in 2018, greyhound racing is now prohibited and only the state’s voters have the power to decide the future...
At least three states are set to hold a referendum on sports betting this November, offering a preview of future ballot battles that will need to be fought to prize open some of the largest U.S....
Iowa's current gaming market consists of tribal, riverboat and racetrack casinos, in addition to sports betting, a state lottery and charitable gambling. The expansion of commercial casinos...
More tribal casinos are opening in Washington state with precautions they have put in place to protect employees and customers from being exposed to coronavirus, even as the governor believes the...
The introduction of widespread tribal gaming in the 1980s and 1990s vastly changed the face of gambling in the U.S. However, today, competition from commercial casinos, sports betting and internet...
Eight southern California tribes have informed Governor Gavin Newsom they plan to reopen their casinos on Monday, even as most tribes continue to keep their doors closed, noting the health risks of...
In a train wreck of an interview last month on CNN, the national media’s narrative of Las Vegas as Sin City meeting its comeuppance during the coronavirus pandemic went viral.
This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from April 2020 includes gaming legislation in Virginia; gaming regulations in Illinois; and litigation in Florida, Illinois and Texas....
The Seminole Tribe have a better chance of gaining exclusive rights to offer sports betting in Florida than internet gambling after the state re-opens for business.
After it was announced that two tribes had reached a deal with Oklahoma’s governor on new state-tribal gaming compacts, a judge dismissed them from a federal lawsuit filed last year against the...
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.

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