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.

Mohawk chiefs who host hundreds of online gaming sites have condemned state lottery operator Loto-Québec for launching a competing site - and for the “implicit demonisation” of its tribe.
The Obama Administration may be forced to bypass Congress and issue a “regulatory fix” to a controversial court decision that barred dozens of tribes from acquiring reservation land for casinos and...
A study by a former state finance director warns that legalisation of internet poker in California could deprive state budget coffers of $365m annually because the games would violate gambling...
Minnesota racetrack owners are looking to break a tribal monopoly on slot machine gambling with a crowd-pleasing pledge to build a new stadium for the Vikings, the local NFL franchise, but the...
A meeting of Southern California’s wealthiest gaming tribes this week confirmed their opposition to the federal internet gambling proposals being put forward by Barney Frank and others, a move that...
Broader concerns, including the state’s unfinished compact negotiations with the Seminole Tribe, mean Florida should resist the temptation to generate an additional $1bn a year by allowing its...
California’s protracted legal battle over charity bingo is ending with moving vans and signs of surrender as gamblers pay last respects to local bingo halls and charities remove hundreds of...
Mohegan Sun, just named by a top industry analyst as the best-run tribal casino, also faces some unique financial pressures amid a brutal downturn, documents show.
GamblingCompliance spoke to Arch Gleason, World Lottery Association president and chief executive of the Kentucky Lottery Corporation, about the legal and political hurdles facing US state...
Comprehensive new research from GamblingCompliance shows that the state lottery sector is set to lead the initial expansion of regulated internet gaming in the US, as Las Vegas’ casinos and...
More than a year after taking office, the Obama Administration is sitting on nearly a dozen proposals by tribes to build off-reservation casinos that supporters say could create badly needed jobs...
A US court in Milwaukee has underlined the legal complexities surrounding Indian gaming finance by refusing to allow a tribal casino to be placed into receivership on the grounds that such a move...
Gamblers in New Jersey could use the websites of Atlantic City casinos to gamble on the internet if a new bill introduced by State Senator Raymond Lesniak becomes law.
A special Florida House committee last night threw out a proposed deal to allow the Seminole tribe to expand gambling at their casinos in the state.
As Governor Bob Riley’s anti-gambling crackdown intensifies and continues to threaten the state’s many bingo halls, industry leaders have called upon Alabama state lawmakers to respond with a...
While calling for concerted opposition to federal legislation on internet gambling, California’s tribal gaming leaders are only inching towards a state-level strategy of their own to exploit the...

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