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.

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This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from March 2020 includes tribal litigation in North Carolina, gaming legislation in Virginia, Arizona, and Maine, and a U.S. Department...
An Oklahoma tribal gaming association said on Monday it was disappointed by a new compact offered to tribes not involved in ongoing litigation between Republican Governor Kevin Stitt and the state...
North Carolina offers limited gaming, permitting charitable bingo and raffles, a lottery and three tribal casinos run by the state's only federally-recognized tribe.
Kansas has an established gaming market, with four state-owned-and-operated casinos, a state lottery, charitable bingo and four Class III tribal casinos.
A bill to allow sports betting in Washington state, but only at tribal casinos, was signed into law on Wednesday by Governor Jay Inslee, despite opposition to the measure by the state’s largest...
The laissez-faire attitude of Congress toward sports betting stands in stark contrast to its warp-speed approval of federal regulation 22 years ago when the U.S. Supreme Court lifted restrictions...
This report provides a comprehensive summary of the regulatory regime for sports betting in Michigan.
The UK Gambling Commission has warned not to slack on compliance or take advantage with marketing during the coronavirus outbreak, while elsewhere casinos are to close in Canada and Mexico, and the...
At least six California cardrooms and more than a half-dozen tribal casinos have all announced they are shutting down, noting the health risks of continuing operations during the coronavirus...
Gaming regulators in Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan and Rhode Island all shut down their casino industries this weekend as part of efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus, with...
Indian gaming tribes may find it more difficult to obtain land to expand their operations after a decision announced this week by the solicitor of the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Casinos and regulators are taking extra precautions and changing policies due to the outbreak of COVID-19, as U.S. health officials say the number of cases has surpassed 1,050, with at least 35...
The Washington state House of Representatives on Sunday concurred with the Senate’s two amendments to a tribal-only sports betting bill and passed it, sending it to the governor for his signature.
In May 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the federal law that had previously prohibited state and tribal governments from expanding sports wagering in their jurisdictions. This special...
Oklahoma's gaming market, while offering two racetrack casinos, a state lottery and charitable gaming, is dominated by tribal gaming venues.
Individuals who supply unofficial sports-betting data at home games of the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League are being watched by team officials, Falcons’ president and CEO Rich McKay...

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