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.

Michigan, one of the most populous states in the U.S., authorized sports betting, online casino gaming, fantasy sports and advance deposit wagering in December 2019. Implementing regulations are...
Oklahoma Republican Governor Kevin Stitt triggered the automatic renewal of the state’s tribal gaming compacts in December at the same time he was publicly stating the 15-year agreements were about...
UK Cabinet reshuffle sees shift in Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, a key tribes-backed sports-betting bill gains ground in Washington and Japan's integrated resort bribery...
A group of 13 members of a Baptist church in Bristol, Virginia, took a five-hour trip to the state capital of Richmond to lobby for two casino bills that were passed in both houses of the...
After a surge of optimism following the Senate’s override vote last week, state legislators dashed the hopes of sports-betting supporters in Maine on Tuesday by failing to override Governor Janet...
The California Nations Indian Gaming Association announced its support Tuesday for a sports-betting initiative that was launched late last year by a coalition of tribes seeking to legalize wagering...
Gambling legislation has returned with a vengeance in Alabama, so much so that Republican Governor Kay Ivey wants a study group to spend this year determining what should be done.
After suffering a near-fatal setback in the form of a governor’s veto last month, sports betting in Maine is one step away from becoming a reality following the state Senate successfully overriding...
Although California’s gaming market is dominated by more than 60 tribal casinos, the state also boasts cardrooms, a state lottery, wagering on horseracing and charitable gaming.
Although there are only just over 1m people located in the province, Saskatchewan's gaming market is widespread, consisting of nine casinos, VLTs at licensed liquor establishments, a commercial...
This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from January 2020 includes tribal gaming initiatives in Florida and Oklahoma; gaming litigation in Arkansas and Nebraska; cardrooms in...
Bordered by six states that do not allow sports betting, Iowa is primed for a huge payday on Sunday when 18 of its 19 casinos will take bets on the Super Bowl for the first time.
Indian tribes should tread carefully when establishing partnerships for sports betting to ensure they remain in compliance with the federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, according to a National...
With less than six weeks remaining in this year’s legislative session in Virginia, gambling lobbyists appear to have momentum as they prepare to launch an aggressive campaign to bring casinos to...
Lawmakers in Washington State have been considering several sports-betting bills since the start of the 2020 legislative session, but they face a hard deadline in terms of passing any legislation...
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has asked a federal judge to order tribal casinos across the state to shut down most slot machines and table games, a request that was opposed Thursday by an attorney...

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