US Integrity and 12 Tribes Colville Casinos renew partnership

August 2, 2023
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Under the terms of the deal, USI will continue providing integrity monitoring services.

US Integrity (USI) has renewed its comprehensive agreement with 12 Tribes Colville Casinos. The duo will continue working toward maintaining "high standards of integrity" at its destinations.

12 Tribes Colville Casinos currently operates three casinos in Washington State, which are 12 Tribes Omak Casino Hotel in Omak, 12 Tribes Lake Chelan Casino and Amphitheater in Manson, and 12 Tribes Coulee Dam Casino in Coulee Dam.

The company said it remains committed to “striving for respect, integrity and excellence” through its operations.

12 Tribes Colville Casinos’ Senior General Manger Tony Posey said, “We are extremely excited to be a continued partner with US Integrity as the growth of sports betting rises at 12 Tribes Colville Casinos.

“The partnership with US Integrity will give us the ability to identify possible betting abnormalities in real time and enable potentially suspicious wagering activity to be identified immediately, creating a safe, fun betting environment for our guests.”

As part of the continuing partnership, USI will continue to provide its integrity monitoring services to 12 Tribes Colville Casinos through the proprietary dashboard.

USI Co-Founder and CEO Matthew Holt commented, “US Integrity is proud to partner with 12 Tribes Colville Casinos and assist in their expansion of regulated sports wagering in Washington. USI’s mission is to provide conflict-free, best-in-class insights & compliance solutions to our clients.

“We are looking forward to working with the exceptional team at 12 Tribes Colville Casinos. Their commitment to instilling the highest integrity standards aligns with USI’s initiative to ensure that sports wagering remains fair and safe.”


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