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.

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A major revamp of Indiana’s sizeable gaming industry may be in the works as key gambling venues in the sprawling state struggle with declining revenues and high taxes.
Rhode Island has become the latest state to move towards full-fledged casino gambling after a key shift on the issue by the state’s governor and other top officials.
South Florida’s racinos have secured permission to offer electronic blackjack and roulette - a move that the Seminole tribe are calling a step backwards in their wider struggle to settle the limits...
Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal is slowly emerging as a key player when it comes to regulating the state’s giant tribal gaming sector, with a series of recent, high-profile...
The global gaming industry remains broadly optimistic on Taiwan amid signs of a recovery in Asia’s gaming market, but investors are now shifting their attention from the Taiwan-governed islands of...
Eleven California tribes have been awarded licences for 3,548 new slot machines in a major victory for tribes that complained they were unjustly barred from expanding under casino deals the state...
A long-awaited shakeup at the US federal agency that oversees Indian gaming is finally taking shape, with observers watching closely for signs of a mellowing approach to machine regulation.
A legal war between tribes and Arnold Schwarzenegger over the governor’s demands that tribes fork over millions of dollars for reworking casino deals California agreed to in 1999 is intensifying...
A top Pennsylvania lawmaker is signaling he is open to compromise in a move that could ease passage of a proposal to legalise table games at the state’s growing array of casinos and racinos.
The Obama Administration is poised to revamp draconian restrictions on the expansion of tribal casinos, but a backlash is brewing in Congress.
Minnesota tribal interests are bracing for another legislative attempt this fall to break their exclusive control over casino gambling in the Midwestern state.
As California turns the page on another year without a successful internet gambling bill, all eyes have turned toward Florida, where an online poker feasibility study is currently underway.
Baltimore developer The Cordish Co. will pull out of a plan to build a casino at Kansas Speedway in suburban Kansas City, to be replaced by rival Penn National Gaming as the gaming-management...
Any reassurance by the Mashantucket Pequot Gaming Authority that it will honour its debt obligations could lend much needed legitimacy across the tribal gaming sector and would set a good example...
A Chickasaw Nation subsidiary will be the new owner of Remington Park, a racino in Oklahoma City, and is likely to use the tribe’s political power to further upgrade the already profitable track.
The Morongo Band of Mission Indians, and card clubs including the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles, have dropped their bid to push an internet poker bill through the California legislature this year.

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