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 monthly Tribal Slots Report data from the Connecticut Division of Special Revenue. The data released for the state contains the following information for both Foxwoods Casino and Mohegan Sun...
With the addition of mini-casinos in Pennsylvania, up to three new resorts in the New York City area and myriad other betting options, the mid-Atlantic region has become intensively competitive as...
Washington’s large tribal market dominates the state’s gaming landscape, which otherwise strictly prohibits most forms of gambling. The state also offers charitable gaming, a state lottery,...
Sports betting in New York is set to begin later this year after gaming regulators on Monday unanimously approved regulations for land-based casinos and resisted lobbying by sports leagues for an...
The casino revenue dispute between the Seneca Nation of Indians and the state of New York is headed to a federal court as the tribe seek to have a judge overturn an arbitration panel ruling that...
Despite winning a landmark decision on Monday in a New Hampshire federal court, the online gaming industry is restraining its jubilation because of uncertainty about what lies ahead.
Iowa's current gaming market consists of tribal, riverboat and racetrack casinos, in addition to a state lottery and charitable gambling. The expansion of commercial casinos currently dominates...
In 2019, Montana authorized the lottery to offer full sports wagering at retail locations. The state also offers video gambling machines, table games, pari-mutuel wagering and advance deposit...
This month’s decision by the Seminole Tribe to stop paying Florida for exclusive gaming rights follows a similar halt in New York by the Seneca Nation, and raises questions about whether more...
South Dakota claims one of the oldest casino-style gambling regimes in the United States, consisting of more than 30 commercial casinos, nine tribal venues, a state lottery including VLTs,...
The Seminole Tribe told Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Tuesday that effective immediately they will cease paying the state $350m per year in gaming revenue.
The departure of the chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission on Friday could be just the beginning of a major overhaul of the agency by the Trump administration.
California gaming regulators expect a judge to rule by the end of the month on the future of a cardroom with alleged ties to a Mormon fundamentalist group, over allegations it has sidestepped...
An attorney representing the Seminole Tribe on Monday declined to rule out a suspension of the tribe’s payments of $350m per year in gaming revenue to Florida to support education and other state...
Federal bills that would preserve the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s casino project in Massachusetts and help tribes acquire land for new gaming ventures is headed to the House floor for a full vote,...
North Carolina is one of the most restrictive gaming states in the country, permitting only charitable bingo and raffles, a lottery and three tribal casinos run by the state's only federally...

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