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Exit 33 $25 Million Extension Officially Inaugurated by Oneida Indian Nation
Out came the scissors, snap went the blades, and the ribbon...
Internet Poker Freedom Act Aims for Federal Regulation
Late July 11, Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas) introduced...
Gila River's Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino Opens July 2
At Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino, the newest attraction of...
Maine Officials Block Penobscot Bingo Upgrade—Again
Controversy Flares over Role of State-Contracted Company...
The Peacemakers: Inside New York and Oneida's Historic Agreement
In less than a month of intense negotiations, decades of...
Cheap Gas and Less Snow Help Conn. Casinos Bounce Back
Two Indian casinos in Connecticut that struggled for most of 2014 are finally bouncing back...
Deadline Set in Seminole Nation of Florida's Class III Gaming Compact
A July 31 deadline has been set for the Seminole Nation of Florida regarding a key provision of its Class III gaming compact with the state...
The Jicarilla Apache Nation Announces Agreement on New Gaming Compact
The Jicarilla Apache Nation and the New Mexico Governor’s Office have reached an agreement in principle on a new class III gaming compact...
New York City Casino School and Casino Events Venue Set to Open
The Big Deal Casino Academy, on 28th St and 5th Ave, is poised to become the first licensed Casino school in New York state...
Gaming Exclusivity Fees Dip for First Time in Oklahoma
For the first time since 2004, Native American tribes in Oklahoma paid less to the state in exclusivity fees than the previous year, according to a new report...
Tribe Submits Final Environmental Report to Secure 151-Acre Casino Development
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe is moving another step closer to completing what has been a three-year, $500 million effort to build a destination resort casino in Taunton, Massachuset...
NIGA to Celebrate 30 Years With Improved Annual Trade Show and Convention
The National Indian Gaming Association's (NIGA) 30 th Annual Trade Show and Convention, March 30 - April 2, 2015, at the San Diego Convention Center , is expected to be the largest...
NIGA’s Stevens Inducted to Gaming Hall of Fame; Receives Leadership Award
Gale Courey Toensing
This autumn has been a season of high honors for the leader of the National Indian Gaming Association. NIGA Chairman Ernie Stevens Jr...
The Yavapai-Apache Nation Is Protecting Its River and Its People
Gale Courey Toensing
Arizona Indian Gaming Association members were in Washington, D.C. in late July to meet with agency heads and legislators to talk about Arizona-specific issues...
The Game-Changers: Top Gaming Vendors Target Social Media and Acquisitions
The top American Indian gaming vendors are rapidly expanding into the new markets developing in mobile and social media play at the same time as industry consolidation is giving th...
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