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Indian Gaming: Latest News
1:37pm 10-16-2017
 
 
article Iowa's Meskwaki Nation Looks to Diversify Business Profile
(Iowa) -- The Meskwaki Nation in Iowa is expanding its business interests from its casino and bingo hall into tobacco products and e-cigarettes. Tribal leaders are...
article Indigo Sky Casino opens second hotel tower
(Oklahoma) -- After announcing expansion plans last year, the Indigo Sky Casino has now opened a second hotel tower complete with guest rooms, conference space and a...
article Paragon Casino Resort embarks on ‘refresh’ campaign
(Louisiana) -- As part of an overall effort to improve its appeal to potential guests, Paragon Casino Resort and its management partner Mohegan Gaming &...
article Michigan’s Ojibwa Casino construction and completion dates delayed
(Michigan) -- Groundbreaking for the Ojibwa Casino construction began in December of 2016 and since then the casinos have run into a few issues pushing back the...
article White Earth tribal chairman seeks removal of secretary-treasurer
(Minnesota) -- This should make things a little awkward at White Earth Tribal Council meetings: Tribal Chairman Terry Tibbetts has filed charges with the Minnesota...
article Hennessy seeks larger slice of casino cash for host communities
(New York) -- Oneida County Board of Legislators candidate Michael J. Hennessy wants communities that are home to tax-free land owned by the Oneida Indian Nation to...
 
 
Native News: Latest News
11:42am 10-16-2017
 
 
article One of Allergan's blockbuster drugs was dealt a major legal blow
(Texas) -- Allergan, the drugmaker behind Botox, just had the patents on one of its key drugs invalidated. The case was regarding Restasis, a blockbuster eye drug whose...
article 'I feel betrayed by Minister Bennett,' says former Sask. Métis leader of Sixties Scoop settlement
(Saskatchewan) -- The former president of the Métis Nation - Saskatchewan says he wants Métis people to be included in the federal government's apology to, and...
article Native Americans to Address Key Tribal Issues at Annual Conference in Wisconsin
(Wisconsin) -- The indigenous Americans will address the issues facing the tribal communities of the United States at the 74th Annual Convention and Marketplace in...
article New school system in Manitoba comes with new curriculum, more cash per student
(Manitoba) -- Ten communities in Manitoba are celebrating the opening of a First Nations school system that comes with a unique curriculum and thousands of dollars more...
article Saving Salish: Regional tribes aim to increase fluency for future generations
(Washington) -- Teacher Nalene Andrews sat in a circle with six children during a Sept. 27 class as she used hand signs and repeated sentences in her native language.
article Boarding School Healing Coalition to Host Tribal Roundtable on Carlisle Repatriation
(Minnesota) -- The National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition will be facilitating a Tribal Roundtable Discussion for Carlisle Repatriations on November...
article Kū-Kūm’s seal meat dish causing a stir in Toronto
(Ontario) -- A small restaurant in Toronto that has been serving up a selection of Indigenous foods from across Turtle Island for a while now – is causing a stir...
article Police review director still doing interviews, not probing more cases, in Thunder Bay police review
(Ontario) -- Ontario's Independent Police Review Director says he's still doing interviews in the wake of last month's public meeting in Thunder Bay on...
 
 
Gaming: Latest News
1:19pm 10-16-2017
 
 
article G2E 2017: Evaluating the Skill-Based Games
(Las Vegas) -- G2E 2017 marked the third G2E showings of next-generation skill-based gaming, and the first since the first wave of such skill-based games went live in...
article Las Vegas braces for tourism shift in shooting's aftermath
(Las Vegas) -- Las Vegas is assessing the impact on tourism in the aftermath of the massacre that killed 58 people at an outdoor music festival -- and preparing for...
article Supreme Court will hear NJ Sports Betting case
(New Jersey) -- The Supreme Court hears less than 0.001% of decisions from the federal circuit courts of appeal. So, why the New Jersey sports betting case?
article Another Swing And A Miss For PokerStars Live In New Jersey
(New Jersey) -- Generally, the sentiment try, try again is good advice. However, for PokerStars, a second failure in New Jersey might be a hint that live poker is too...
article Atlantic City land-based casino revenues on the rise as good feelings grow
(Atlantic City) -- Atlantic City’s gambling industry is celebrating another great month, with revenues at land based casinos rising 7.9% last month in comparison...
article Video gaming jams progress on casino fix
(Pennsylvania) -- Millions of dollars in taxable revenue is just waiting to be collected in Pennsylvania, but state lawmakers are reluctant to make it happen, according...
article For Maryland casinos to boost revenues, 'esports' possible new front
(Maryland) -- Maryland may see new forms of gaming such as “esports” or skill-based games after a panel of various gaming corporations presented information...
article Disney reinforces fight against casinos
(Florida) -- Disney company is betting against casino development in Florida, as it was revealed earlier this year. Disney Worldwide Services invested at least US$500k...
article Casinos post solid September growth
(Indiana) -- A solid September with a 4 percent increase in year-over-year monthly revenues helped Northwest Indiana's five casinos whittle down their overall...
article Three casinos given penalties for banned gambler violations
(Iowa) -- Three casinos in the state agreed to pay penalties during the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission’s recent meeting for violations involving those who had...
article Swiss Parliament Says Yes to Locally Licensed Online Casinos
(Switzerland) -- In a stunning reversal of decades-old policy, Switzerland has drafted new legislation known as the Money Gaming Act. The MGA has authority over online...
article Cut the stake on 'crack cocaine' betting machines to £2, says MP: Damning report to back crackdown on the fixed odds terminals
(UK) -- The maximum stake on ‘crack cocaine’ gambling machines should be slashed from £100 to £2, an aide to Philip Hammond has said. In a...
article Respublica Think Tank Insists on FOTBs’ Maximum Stake Reduction to £2
(UK) -- A report has shown that the UK is the only developed country that currently has its high-street betting shops allow a maximum stake of £100 every 20...
article MGM Cotai Focuses on Mass Market, Set to Open Without VIP Tables
(Macau) -- MGM Cotai will open next year after being delayed from the fourth quarter due to August’s Typhoon Hato that caused nearly $2 billion in damages to...
article U.S. casino operators are lining up to open in Japan, ‘a bigger market than Las Vegas’
(Japan) -- American gambling companies are falling over themselves to win favour in Japan, where the government is preparing to allow casinos to open their doors in...
article WPT’s Parent Company Looking To Invest In Japan’s Poker Market And Global eSports Projects
(Japan) -- Ourgame International Holdings Ltd, the parent company of the World Poker Tour (WPT) recently announced that it plans to raise over $53 million via a share...
article Okada seen acquiring holding firm for backdoor listing
(Philippines) -- The group of Japanese gaming tycoon Kazuo Okada is in talks to acquire holding firm Bright Kindle Resources and Investments Inc. (BKR) for the...
article Beached for months; Goa floating casino finally to be moved
(India) -- After running aground near the Miramar beach soon after leaving the Mormugao Port Trust on July 13, MV Lucky 7, owned by Golden Globe Hotels Pvt Ltd, could...
article NagaCorp starts working in Primorye
(Russia) -- NagaCorp is set to start the construction phase of its Naga Vladivostok casino-hotel and waterpark in the gambling zone of Primorye, Russia, in November.
article North Korea turns to horse race betting as cost of sanctions begins to take hold
(North Korea) -- North Koreans, who once faced the prospect of three years hard labour if they were caught gambling, are now able to bet on horse racing as the isolated...
article Kenya debates new anti-gaming measures
(Kenya) -- A new measure to keep increasing gaming taxes was presented last week to the National Assembly of Kenya. Back in June, Uhuru Kenyatta, president of Kenya,...
 
 
Press Releases
11:19pm 10-14-2017
 
 
GamblingCompliance Global Regulatory Awards to take place 18 April, 2018
(London) -- Now it’s in second year, the annual GamblingCompliance Global Regulatory Awards will recognise excellence in the field of regulatory compliance and...
Soboba Casino Wins Best of SoCal for Second Year in a Row
(California) -- Each year “The Southern California Gaming Guide” requests that its readers participate in their annual “Reader's Choice Awards...
NIGA Issues Statement on the Mass Shooting in Las Vegas, NV
(Washington D.C.) -- The National Indian Gaming Association sends its condolences to those families who lost loved ones and those who were injured in last night's...
Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Outraged at Senator McCaskill’s Attempt to Abrogate Sovereign Immunity
(New York) -- The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe issued the following statement today in response to legislation introduced by U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) that seeks...
Oneida Nation to Donate Indian Country Today Media Network Assets to NCAI
(New York) -- The National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) today announced that it is assuming control of the assets of Indian Country Today Media Network (ICTMN),...
National Compassion Fund Receives $500,000 Donation from Lytton Rancheria for Victims of the Las Vegas Shooting
(Washington D.C.) -- The National Center for Victims of Crime announced a $500,000 donation from the Lytton Rancheria Tribe, owner and operator of the San Pablo Lytton...
 

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