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.

Legislation that would allow online poker and other games of skill while bringing up to $3bn in state revenue was introduced last night to the US Senate.
Connecticut’s embrace of expanded gambling has generated billions in new revenue and thousands of jobs, as well as some headaches, from a rise in traffic accidents to higher regulatory costs, a new...
Senior officials in the Obama administration have indicated for the first time the urgency with which they are pursuing congressional action to remedy the implications of the recent Supreme Court...
The US National Council on Problem Gambling has applauded the introduction in the House of Representatives of the first-ever federal measures to provide support for programmes to prevent and treat...
Florida Governor Charlie Crist yesterday signed into law a measure to expand gambling at casinos operated by the Seminoles in exchange for additional payments from the tribe, but their approval of...
Buried under a mountain of debt, Rhode Island’s struggling Twin River slot complex says it will file for bankruptcy at the end of June unless it can win sufficient financial concessions from its...
Foxwoods now faces a years-long delay in its drive to build a casino in Philadelphia amid intense neighborhood opposition and mounting difficulties nailing down a development site.
The Inglewood City Council in California is giving the green light to a major redevelopment project that signals the pending demise of one of the Golden State’s most famous horse racing venues.
Gaming revenues at tribal casinos across the United States grew by over $500m last year despite the onset of recession in the country, according to the head of the National Indian Gaming Commission...
Citing a refusal to be shaken down by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to pay for new casino deals, some Indian tribes are challenging a state-imposed limit on the number of slot machine licences...
A small Long Island tribe is close to winning key federal recognition, a move that could open up the possibility of a major Indian casino on the outskirts of New York City.
A number of major casino companies are once again eyeing Massachusetts as the key New England state moves steadily closer to legalizing expanded gambling.
The Seneca Nation is the latest tribe to roll out revamped plans to build a giant casino complex in the Catskills in a high-stakes bid to tap into the lucrative New York metro market.
Influential members of a key US Senate committee have hinted that any congressional ‘fix’ to amend a recent Supreme Court decision could exclude redress for Indian gaming tribes looking to...
Prominent Indian gaming interests are urging state politicians to...
The Nevada Legislature will today give further consideration to proposed amendments to state gambling laws that could make the beleaguered Las Vegas casino sector more attractive to investment from...

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