Navajo Nation weighing casino reopening plan

Officials considering potential job losses versus rising COVID counts

Mohegan Gaming moves step closer to operating in Las Vegas

Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment is set to operate in Las Vegas after receiving unanimous approval by the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB).

Eclipse Gaming Announces HQ Relocation to Accommodate Accelerated Growth

Eclipse Gaming Systems, LLC is excited to announce a relocation and expansion of its global corporate headquarters in Gwinnett County, Georgia.

Federal court rules that Oklahoma gaming compact automically renews

A federal court ruled that Oklahoma’s gaming compact automatically renews, giving the state’s tribes a legal victory over Governor Kevin Stitt.

Catawba Nation casino breaks ground outside Charlotte

The Catawba Indian Nation have broken ground on a new casino outside of Charlotte.

Tribal gaming compacts deemed invalid by Oklahoma Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of Oklahoma has ruled that the gaming compacts entered by two tribes and signed by Governor Kevin Stitt, are both invalid under state law.

No 2020 vote to legalize sports betting in California

Lawmaker pulls SCA 6 ahead of delayed suspense hearing.

BetConstruct partners with Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma

Supplier's US subsidiary will also supply sports wagering to GreySnow Group as part of agreement.

Tribal gaming and the impact of COVID-19

Tribal gaming operations credit economic stewardship in helping survive the coronavirus pandemic, as Sean Chaffin investigates.

Kambi CCO: Tribal sports betting - to B2B or not to B2B?

Max Meltzer, Kambi chief commercial officer, analyzes the best way forward for tribal sports betting partnerships, to build property-wide gains.

From the top: A tough time for tribes

Tim Poole looks into the difficulties facing Oklahoma tribes during the coronavirus pandemic.

Tribal innovation and sustainability

Gaming Arts President Mike Dreitzer spoke to Tim Poole about tribal gaming at ICE London. This interview was originally published in Gaming America March/April.

Oklahoma attorney general challenges new tribal compacts

Oklahoma attorney general Mike Hunter has questioned the legitimacy of new gaming compacts agreed by governor Kevin Stitt and two Oklahoma tribes.

The importance of class II gaming

Russell Witt, Director of Central Determinate Gaming at Incredible Technologies, explains why he believes class II gaming is more important than ever. This article was originally published in the March/April edition of Gaming America.

States versus tribes?

Across the US, tribal gaming is a $33.7bn industry with 460 gaming establishments, operated by 240 federally recognized tribes in 29 states. A panel at this year’s ICE London discussed tribal gaming’s route into sports betting and the hurdles it faces.

AGA pleased with new regulations allowing gaming companies to apply for small business loans

American Gaming Association President and CEO Bill Miller applauded the Small Business Association’s (SBA) revised regulatory guidelines that allow some gaming companies to apply for small business loans.

MGM financials unconfirmed

MGM Resorts International yet to release full Q1 report.

Oklahoma Governor signs "modernized gaming compact" with two tribes

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has signed a new gaming compact with the Otoe-Missouria Tribe and Comanche Nation.

Foxwoods CEO resigns as casinos remain closed

Foxwoods Resort Casino President and CEO John James has resigned from his position effective immediately.

Connecticut Governor dismisses request for temporary tribal online gaming

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has dismissed a request for the state’s two tribal casinos to offer online gaming temporarily, while its casinos remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.