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.

The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe says it is on track to win federal approval for a reservation in Southeastern Massachusetts on which to build the New England state’s first casino. However, the tribe’s...
The demise of several winning bids to build and operate state-owned casinos in Kansas has demonstrated the hostile economic climate that regional casino developers now face in the US. While the...
The boss of the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) has pushed back against Harrah’s chief executive Gary Loveman’s suggestion that the indefinite pause in the replacement cycle...
While the St. Regis Mohawk tribe’s chances of establishing a gambling resort in Upstate New York are fading, some of the mountain of litigation that the controversial deal spawned is finally...
The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission has authorized two studies to examine the viability of an expansion of the state’s casino sector beyond the 20 venues currently in operation, ahead of the...
Mohegan Sun has inked a lease for a potential gaming site that will give the giant Connecticut casino a foothold in neighboring Massachusetts, should the state authorize casino gambling. Mohegan’s...
Rhode Island’s Narragansett Tribe may be facing an uphill legal battle in its attempts to gain approval to set up a federally recognized Indian reservation following a potentially landmark legal...
A vote last week by California's gambling control commission to impose a set of minimum internal control standards on tribal casinos has provoked outrage among Indian observers, who believe the...
In the twenty years since Ronald Reagan signed the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) into law, US tribal casinos have grown to a point where they now rake in more money than the casinos in Las...
The National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) has sent a letter to the Seminole tribe asking it to explain its position with regard to class III gaming following the Florida Supreme Court's ruling...
Bookmakers are expecting more interest than ever in betting on this year’s US presidential elections, but for the wider gambling industry on both sides of the Atlantic, it is only in the tribal...
The National Indian Gaming Commission has warned that Indian tribes could now face Department of Justice enforcement actions following the NIGC’s reluctant withdrawal of controversial proposals to...
The National Indian Gaming Commission has published its first mission statement since 2006 amendments to the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act required the body to set out a five-year policy for its...
The head of the New York State Racing Association says he is frustrated over the slow pace surrounding the state’s decision to award a license for a proposed Aqueduct racino. And NYRA chief Charles...
Florida’s Attorney General Bill McCollum has added his voice to calls that the Seminole Tribe of Florida shut down the Class III gaming in its casinos.
Three proposals that would dramatically expand gambling in Maine face an uphill battle according to the state’s embattled gambling regulator. The comments come as the New England state prepares for...

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