SCCG Management takes on consultancy position with Quinault Beach Resort and Casino

October 10, 2022

It will provide the Tribal casino with comprehensive sports betting and iGaming services.

Founder and CEO of SCCG Management, Stephen Crystal, has announced that his company has entered into an advisory and consultancy agreement with Quinault Beach Resort Ocean Shores Hotel and Casino.

SCCG will be providing Quinault Beach with support for its initiative to bring a retail sportsbook to the resort casino. This consultancy position also involves SCCG supplying the Washington-based casino with mobile sports betting and iGaming amenities.

With a beachside location in Ocean Shore City, Quinault Beach is owned and operated by the Quinault Indian Tribe. Opened in 2000, it is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and nestled in over 200 acres of protected wetlands with views of Washington State’s coast.

Sports betting has been legal in the Evergreen State since March 2020, but only at retail tribal casinos; Quinault Indian Nation is one of several other Washington State Tribes that has received federal approval. Mobile wagering in Washington is heavily limited and only legal on Tribal land, as per the amended 2020 Tribal-state compact.

Washington State’s first mobile sports betting deal was reached with the Tulalip Tribes in April 2021, followed by a tentative deal with the Suquamish Tribe in May 2021. Two more deals were announced on May 12, 2021, when the Snoqualmie and Kalispel Tribes signed tentative agreements with the state, allowing them to offer retail betting in their casinos.

SCCG Management recently partnered with Score No Score in North America.

Score No Score is a micro-betting company, a trend that is dividing opinion in the US market right now.




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