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The operation of casinos on Native American lands has mushroomed into one of the largest gaming sectors in the world since 1988’s Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, with annual revenues now surpassing $30bn.

GamblingCompliance helps industry suppliers understand triable gaming’s unique regulatory environment, while allowing tribes and their advisors monitor key legal cases and understand the opportunities and challenges presented by emerging offerings like online wagering and sports betting.

Two Wisconsin Indian tribes, whose frustrations over a delayed land into trust application have finally boiled over, have petitioned a federal court in Washington for injunctive relief. The request...
A judge in Sacramento has ruled that four tribal gaming compacts signed between Governor Schwarzenegger and Indian tribes in mid-July must be put before Californian voters in referenda before...
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has stepped into the tribal gaming controversy by backing the Agua Caliente tribe’s lawsuit that seeks to block a public vote on its renegotiated gambling...
The booming Native American casino industry faces a new challenge to its growth as federal regulators in Washington, D.C., take an increasingly sceptical view of efforts to expand tribal gaming....
Despite the growing number of concerns tribal gaming operators wish to see addressed, experts warn that next year’s election is unlikely to lead to a substantive shift in Federal policy on Indian...
Florida Governor Charlie Crist yesterday announced a 25-year compact with the Seminole Tribe of Florida to allow Class III gaming on their seven tribal sites in the state. But while the deal beat a...
A top member of the National Indian Gaming Commission said yesterday he would not rule out withdrawing controversial new rules aimed at cracking down on more sophisticated Class II gambling...
Federal officials have given Gov. Charlie Crist less than two weeks to reach an agreement with the Seminole Tribe of Florida over expanding gambling at the tribe’s seven casinos, or face a...
Publicly held Station Casinos Inc. is expected to be taken private early this week by Fertitta Colony Partners LLC, after clearing the final regulatory hurdle by gaining approval from the National...
Although less stringent than those withdrawn by the National Indian Gaming Council (NIGC) last year, the National Indian Gaming Association says that compliance with updated machine regulations...
Regulators in the state of Michigan have adopted an order to close Detroit’s three casinos should the gaming board be affected by the impending state budget crisis. The State’s Indian-run casinos...
Of six ballot measures that were voted on at state level in 2006 only one, Arkansas’ Referred Amendment 1, passed. Nevertheless a new report shows that the six proposals, in five states, prompted...
While Kahnawake’s and Alexander First Nation’s applications to be admitted to the UK’s ‘white list’ underline the tribes’ ambitions to become leading remote licensing jurisdictions, an ongoing...
Representatives from Governor Crist’s office and the Seminole Indian tribe told federal officials yesterday that a gaming compact could be signed within the next week, but any deal will likely face...
A California Appeals Court Judge has reversed an earlier judgement granted by the Superior Court of San Diego in favour of the California Gambling Control Board, criticizing extreme vagueness in...
Casino developers and racetrack operators are turning obscure state laws to their advantage in their bids to crack Massachusetts and New Hampshire, two New England markets that have proven...

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