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Jamul Casino’s Mary Cheeks discusses the key take-aways from re-opening

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Shortly after the re-opening of Jamul Casino in mid-May, Casino Review spoke to the property’s president and general manager, Mary Cheeks, about some of the key considerations for resuming operations.

Maine tribes look to bypass state approvals

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  Tribal representatives in Maine are looking to overcome their long standing dispute with state legislature by bypassing it entirely.   Representative Henry John Bear has proposed an order whereby, with just the approval of the Maine house of representatives, a question could be posed to the state’s supreme judicial court as to whether tribes could operate casinos in the region without...

Seminole Tribe doubledown against casino expansions

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Owners and operators of seven out of eight tribal casinos in the Florida, the Seminole Tribe is putting its considerable weight behind an effort to stop politicians having the ability to authorise gambling laws without voter consent.   Recently released campaign finance data from the Florida Division of Elections revealed that the tribe has made a $1m donation to Voters in...

Saskatchewan tribes call to halt casino construction over fairness concerns

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At least two Saskatchewan tribes have reportedly voiced deep concerns over the proposed $15.5m joint venture casino project in Lloydminster, Alberta, following claims that they have been “frozen out” out of profit sharing agreements.   Last month saw officials from the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA) and the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) attend a groundbreaking ceremony at the site...

Nektan first mobile cash bet at US tribal casino

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Nektan PLC has taken its first real-money wager in the United States following the launch of its Evolve in-venue mobile games solution.   Through Nektan’ US operating subsidiary, Respin Games LLC, a tribal casino in California has gone live with Rapid GamesTM, the certified Class II (Protected Tribal Gaming Category) proprietary in-resort Bring Your Own Device mobile platform. The solution gives...

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