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.

Connecticut should raise the stakes by licensing one and possibly two more casinos if Massachusetts legalizes resort-style gambling, University of Connecticut researchers argue. The suggestion,...
Although most Californians think the recent approval of gaming compacts for four tribes in San Diego and Riverside counties is a major victory for "the Indians," in a real sense the February 5...
Hard on the heels of a February 5th vote which allowed four Southern Californian tribes to add a combined 17,000 new slot machines, a Californian senator has proposed a further bill to clarify...
A new smoking ban is scuttling revenue at Illinois’ 'riverboat' casinos as many players migrate to neighbouring states without such restrictions, while those that stay spend less time on the...
The booming Indian casino sector is facing a serious setback in one of its hottest new US markets, with Massachusetts officials raising serious concerns about plans for a tribal gaming resort in...
Lawmakers in Mississippi have approved a bill to limit the areas in which new casinos can be built in a state still recovering from the effects of Hurricane Katrina. Surprisingly, and almost...
California is set for a major increase in casino gambling as four of the state's tribes won the right to add up to 17,000 new slot machines to their machine estates this week. The resounding...
The drive to bring expanded gambling to New Hampshire now faces an increasingly uphill battle, with Govenor John Lynch last week stating he is extremely sceptical of proposals to open the state to...
Tribal casinos in the US could take a nearly $2 billion revenue hit and face huge compliance costs and job losses in the wake of a proposed federal crackdown on Class II gambling machines, a new...
Nevada’s recent primary contest highlighted the growing importance of the gambling industry as a supporter of political campaigns, but it also revealed radically diverging opinions over the issue...
The federal agency that oversees tribal casinos has again pushed back a decision on whether to toughen up regulations on Class II gambling machines. The move by the National Indian Gaming...
The UK Department of Culture, Media and Sport rejected the white list application of the Alexander First Nation not because of problem gambling or integrity concerns but because of disputes over...
As Indian casinos have ballooned into a $26 billion industry, concerns about fraud inside the booming industry have also risen. But a federal initiative aimed at rooting out both outside scams and...
The worst fears of Indian Country were confirmed last week when officials at the Department of the Interior rejected a raft of applications for off reservation casino projects. Tribal leaders...
According to a respected Wall Street forecast the new year will bring a mixed bag for the US gaming industry, the prospect of gambling expansion in some key states tempered by increased regulation...
Governor Charlie Crist’s office has confirmed that the US Department of the Interior has approved the expanded gambling compact the Governor signed with the Seminole Indian Tribe in November but...

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