Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Tag: tribal

“Today’s political landscape is unlike any other in modern times”

Ernie Stevens Jr Indian Gaming Association Address
In an address marking Inauguration Day on 20 January, National Indian Gaming Association chairman Ernie Stevens Jr emphasised that despite “significant challenges”, including the COVID-19 pandemic and a related economic crisis, as the Biden-Harris Administration begins, “significant opportunities” lie ahead

EGT and Reels Games Inc. – together again at the NIGA 2019

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After several successful installations mainly in tribal casinos in 2018 Reel Games Inc. and Euro Games Technology are preparing for their fourth consecutive Indian Gaming show. The event will be held on 3-4 April in San Diego Convention Center and will give stage to a special products selection of both companies. “NIGA is the largest North American tribal trade show and...

Oregon tribal expansion in the DOI’s hands

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The future of the Oregon tribal market is currently in the hands of the Federal Government and could be set for wholesale upheaval. As it stands all nine of the state’s recognised sovereign nations operate a single gaming premises apiece as part of an informal policy that dictates one venue per tribal reservation. However, the Coquille tribe have said they made...

Tribal casino project looks to bonds for funding

 The Estom Yumeka Maidu tribe of California has made provisions for the issuing of $440m in collateral-backed bonds in order to finance the construction of a casino resort. It has been reported that the proposed project, to be situated in Yuba County if undertaken, could be run by a national operator, with the Hard Rock International name being referenced in...

California tribe set for new casino

California’s Table Mountain Rancheria tribe is poised to develop a new casino, entertainment and accommodation venue. According to an environmental report the group is to construct a new leisure destination and in turn transfer its tribal offices to its current casino property. The new development will be just 900 feet west of the current tribal buildings and is being designed as...