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Cowlitz Indian Tribe dot the i’s on ilani casino resort

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The Forever People win their 160-year legal struggle for a reservation.   Across the Pacific in the US, the long legal struggle over the CowlitzIndian Tribe’s right to a reservation near La Center has finally drawn to a close. According to The Columbian newspaper, on the 3 April the US Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal from opponents who challenged the...

Futureproofing California’s tribal gaming enterprises

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Speaking at the 22nd Annual Western Indian Gaming Conference at the Morongo Resort, California Nations Indian Gaming Association (CNIGA) Chairman Steve Stallings, discussed the challenges and opportunities facing the state’s $7.9bn tribal gaming sector in a “State of the Industry” address.   It has been a good year and a great ride for our gaming enterprises. We have expanded into related...

EGT and Reel Games team up again for NIGA

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Euro Games Technology and Reel Games will be partnering up for a striking display at this year’s Indian Gaming Show in San Diego.   Euro Games Technology and its partner for the US – Reel Games Inc., will be displaying their extensive experience in the casino industry together at the Indian Gaming Show in San Diego (10-13, April 2017). “Over the past...

East Windsor: a Connecticut above for casino location decision

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The Mohegan Tribe and the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation have decided on the location of a jointly-operated casino in Connecticut, with only state approval now needed for the project to proceed.   The Mohegan Tribe and the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation have come to a decision on the location for a jointly-operated casino in Connecticut. The choice of East Windsor was made...

Scientific Games awarded 57% of new iLani casino floor

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iLani, the newest gaming and entertainment destination in Washington State, has chosen Scientific Games as its provider of floorwide technology solutions.   Scientific Games Corporation has been named as the champion of a competitive bidding process to be iLani’s principal casino technology partner for its April 2017 opening. iLani, Washington State's newest gaming and entertainment destination, will be supplied with Scientific Games’...

Seminole Tribe wins legal battle to keep house-banked card games

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Following a year-long court battle, a federal judge has ruled that the Seminoles can offer blackjack and other banked card games exclusively until 2030.   A federal judge has ruled in favour of the Seminole Tribe in its legal struggle with the state of Florida, allowing the tribe to continue to offer blackjack and other banked card games for the next...

Oklahoma receives record tribal gaming fees

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Oklahoma collected more than $132m (E120m) in tribal gaming exclusivity fees in 2016, according to a new study published by the state’s Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES).   The record amount is not only good news for Oklahoma education funding, but also continues an upward trend since the first decline two years ago. Published in October, the Oklahoma Gaming Compliance...

Minnesota tribes release economic impact report

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Regional trade association MIGA says that tribal casinos are one of the most popular attractions in the entire state – and provide a plethora of benefits to the wider economy.   The latest report from the Minnesota Indian Gaming Association (MIGA) has been released, with claims that the state’s tribal casino industry is the now second most-popular tourism pull in the region. “The...

Connecticut tribes gain nod from BIA on joint venture property

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The two federally recognised tribes in Connecticut have submitted a letter from a leading official at the Department of the Interior to state lawmakers, which they claim lends support to the prospective construction of an additional tribal casino. As reported by the Associated Press, the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes received assurance from acting assistant secretary for Indian Affairs Lawrence...

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