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.

It may be the longest of longshots, but a Florida state representative is trying to resurrect the Seminole compact and make the state legislature finally do something on gambling.
Tribal casinos across Oklahoma are still open for business despite a warning from the governor that their gaming operations became illegal in January, a political position several industry experts...
A federal bill that would allow gaming tribes to take mobile sports bets without oversight from state governments is likely to draw stiff resistance from the Indian gaming industry, according to a...
A group of academics, researchers, advocacy groups and gaming organizations have joined forces to unify the industry to drive problem and responsible gambling efforts, while promoting responsible...
Citing concerns over problem gambling and skepticism about projected revenues, Maine Governor Janet Mills vetoed legislation that would have established legalized sports betting in the state on...
California state lawmakers held an informational hearing on sports betting on Wednesday, as they began exploring alternative options to a proposed ballot initiative limited to retail sportsbooks at...
On the heels of Michigan enacting sports-betting and online-gaming legislation last month, companies are beginning to snap up the available market-access opportunities created by the new laws.
After a lightning round in 2019 that saw 11 U.S. jurisdictions enact sports-betting legislation and several more launch under existing laws, GamblingCompliance looks ahead to some of the key issues...
The state of Michigan and members of the U.S. Congress are offering alternative responses to one of the most pressing legal questions in U.S. sports betting — how tribes will participate in online...
Three gaming tribes in Oklahoma have filed a lawsuit seeking to resolve a dispute with Governor Kevin Stitt over gaming compacts, a decision one analyst believes could render casino gaming illegal...
This report provides a summary of the key provisions of Michigan’s package of gambling bills authorizing sports betting, online casino gaming, fantasy sports, along with other expanded gambling...
The ongoing controversy over proposed new dealer rules for California’s commercial cardrooms took center stage in Sacramento on Wednesday as city officials, state lawmakers, business organizations...
Not even a decade ago, Genting Group and its bold, free-spending chairman, KT Lim, looked poised to take the U.S. gaming market by storm.
Pending a governor’s signature, Michigan will be the third state to require operators to use official league data to settle in-play wagers, but also become the first to set parameters in...
In an effort to get tribes to the negotiating table, Governor Kevin Stitt said there is the possibility for expanded commercial gaming in Oklahoma should a stalemate with tribal leaders over the...
Online gaming and sports betting will soon be legal in Michigan after the legislature sent a package of bills to Governor Gretchen Whitmer on Wednesday.

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