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.

In the second quarter of 2010, internet gambling-related lobbying spend in Washington DC came in at approximately $4.21m, up 0.3 percent over the preceding quarter.
Harrah’s Entertainment has again gotten cold feet over gaming in Kansas.
Legal briefs are stacked high against Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour’s efforts to halt construction of an American Indian casino in the state’s Southeastern Bible Belt.
An Indian tribe on the upscale resort island of Martha’s Vineyard may defy state officials and build a casino after years of watching gambling proposals shot down at the Massachusetts State House,...
As the Seneca Nation pulls back on potentially tens of millions in casino payments to New York, the showdown raises difficult questions for state governments across the US that increasingly rely on...
Landmark intergovernmental agreements between California’s small and once impoverished American Indian communities and surrounding cities and counties are playing a crucial role in the growth of...
A US website is giving students the opportunity to wager cold hard cash on their own academic performance, raising concerns among educators and problem gambling groups.
Massachusetts gambling interests, from casino developers to racetracks, are positioning themselves to make another push for gambling legislation, even as they are forced in some cases to make...
Harrah’s Entertainment is the latest industry giant to consider taking on a troubled Philadelphia casino development, but the once blockbuster project may have lost much of its lustre after years...
Connecticut’s two casino resorts reported an unexpected jump in slot revenue for July, but executives with both Foxwoods Resort and Mohegan Sun warned that the economic road ahead would remain bumpy.
Time is running short this year for internet gambling in California, but a coalition of Indian tribes and card clubs there has increased its membership in hopes of salvaging a regulatory bill that...
As Texas once again mulls legalizing gambling, Oklahoma’s tribes are wondering if competition from their neighbour across the Red River would create a threat or an opportunity.
A long history of cooperation with state officials is at risk as Mississippi’s powerhouse gaming tribe drives ahead with its plans for a third casino in the state.
The owner of Alabama’s biggest casino was forced to voluntarily close his operation yesterday as the state’s gambling task force prepared to raid the site.
Lottery provider Scientific Games has snapped up the interactive games and marketing provider GameLogic in a deal that chief executive Michael Chambrello insisted would boost the company’s business...
Chairman of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee Senator Byron Dorgan is not ruling out introducing a bill to increase federal regulation of tribal casinos before he retires this year.

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