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.

North Dakota opens for sports betting, Buenos Aires advances online licensing and Betway faces tax bill in Kenya.
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...
Casinos operated by New Mexico’s five racetracks would be allowed to expand their operations to include online gaming, table games and sports betting, according to draft legislation scheduled to be...
Playtech predicts a smoother ride to US success than big-spending operators, Armenia faces new retail distance limits and Penn National sees Philadelphia lawsuit dropped.
As the campaign trail beckons in this election year, the U.S. Congress is poised once again to abandon casinos and other industries seeking relief to cope with the devastating impact of coronavirus.
The increased amount of data being collected by casinos on their customers has led to increasing risk of cyber-attacks, according to industry experts.
Even after a hearing lasting more than 90 minutes, a panel of three judges in Washington, D.C. still seemed puzzled about how federal funds should be distributed to help tribes cope with the...
New York casinos set to reopen next week, as Malta issues a fresh licence suspension and GambleAware tackles pay-day loans.
The grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, the author of the 1961 U.S. Wire Act that continues to bedevil the gambling industry, is in the fight of his political life in Massachusetts.
Oklahoma’s legislative leaders have asked the state’s Supreme Court to deny Governor Kevin Stitt’s request for a rehearing of a case that invalidated two tribal gaming compacts that included sports...
Chicago is on the hunt for casino-resort knowledge, a Wisconsin tribe settle major fine and Google opens up more US states for gambling advertising.
Nebraska’s top elections official's decision on Tuesday to deny placing three measures legalizing casinos on the November ballot caused supporters to immediately file a lawsuit asking a state court...
The closure of casinos operated in Oklahoma by 35 federally-recognized tribes due to the coronavirus pandemic caused exclusivity fees paid to the state to decline by between $33m and $43m in the...
Veikkaus issues profit warning, US Interior Department approves two new Oklahoma gaming compacts and Japanese lawmaker re-arrested ahead of IR bribery trial.
Gaming tribes should consider launching their own mobile sports-betting operations or partnering with online companies experienced in offering wagers on games, a leading Indian gaming executive...
A measure asking San Jose voters to approve an increase in the city's cardroom tax to fund a variety of programs is headed to the November ballot, but the northern California city remains alone in...

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