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Allergan Patent

article Allergan, Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe ask SCOTUS to hear Restasis patent case (1/16/2019)
(New York) -- A Native American tribe and a drugmaker that partnered to try and block generic competition to one of the latter’s eye drugs are now hoping the...
article St. Regis Mohawk Tribe appeals loss in patent case to Supreme Court (1/16/2019)
(New York) -- The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on a controversial sovereign immunity issue. Last July, the Federal Circuit Court of...
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First Nations Gaming

article No plans to move casino, chief says (1/16/2019)
(Manitoba) -- The chief of Swan Lake First Nation says she has every intention of keeping Sand Hills Casino where it is after learning that an online survey had been...
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Las Vegas Gaming

article Boyd Gaming to build a new Las Vegas headquarters (1/16/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- After a handful of companies moved to newly-built headquarters in the southwest suburbs, another wants to join the pack. Las Vegas casino operator Boyd...
article Local entrepreneurs trying to score in sports betting industry (1/5/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- Las Vegas resident Matt Holt left his job at CG Technology in April to launch a company that helps leagues and sports books detect game manipulation and...
article INSIDE GAMING: Some gaming and tourism industry predictions for 2019 (12/31/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- It’s that time of year again. Time to compare 2018 prognostications against reality and to go out on the 2019 limb. Several years ago, I joined some...
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Poarch Creek

article Meet Wind Creek: The soft-spoken CEO, the Las Vegas Sands connection and the homegrown talent (1/16/2019)
(Pennsylvania) -- It’s been 10 years since Wind Creek Hospitality opened a casino in Atmore, Ala. Today, the company has nine gambling facilities in its portfolio...
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Virginia Gaming

article Chesapeake could get 700 slot-style gambling machines if Rosie's Gaming Emporium opens (1/16/2019)
(Virginia) -- After getting the go-ahead in Hampton, the new owners of the Colonial Downs horse racing track outside of Richmond hope to bring 700 slot-style gambling...
article Partners hope to score win with gaming room in Danville (1/1/2019)
(Virginia) -- A gaming room including a sandwich shop and retail store could open on Westover Drive as early as this month. James Shaw hopes to open The King’s...
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Wilton Rancheria

article Abandoned mall to be demolished (1/16/2019)
(California) -- Elk Grove city officials were notified on Jan. 15 that the plan to build the Outlet Collection at Elk Grove mall has been abandoned. The developer,...
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Winnebago Tribe

article Winnebago Tribe continues to see more return to homelands (1/16/2019)
(Nebraska) -- When Ann Marie Bledsoe Downes earned her bachelor’s degree in education in 1991, she became one of just eight college graduates among the Winnebago...
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Atlantic City Gaming

article Atlantic City Casino Revenue Up, but Newbies Hurt Others (1/14/2019)
(Atlantic City) -- Two reopened casinos and half a year of sports betting helped push Atlantic City's casino revenue up 7.5 percent in 2018 to nearly $2.86 million....
article Atlantic City looks to build on 2018 successes, execute in 2019 (12/31/2018)
(Atlantic City) -- The first year of the Murphy administration’s oversight of the resort built upon the groundwork already in place and produced a blueprint for...
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Gila River

article What's that loud rumbling in southeast Chandler? (1/14/2019)
(Arizona) -- No, that loud “jet engine” noise Chandler residents reported hearing over the past week wasn't a UFO. As one Chandler resident noted on...
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Ryan Zinke

article Former US Interior boss takes job at investment company (1/14/2019)
(Montana) -- Former U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said Monday he’s “glad to be out of the swamp” after taking a job at a private investment...
article Zinke takes job at investment firm (1/14/2019)
(Montana) -- Former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has landed his first job since resigning from the Trump administration. Artillery One, an investment firm that focuses...
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Sports Betting

article Sports media: Broadcast networks all-in on sports gambling (1/14/2019)
(California) -- Don’t be concerned with the over/under on when sports networks will become completely transparent about wanting an element of gambling to be part...
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Massachusetts Gaming

article Various Entities Interested In Sports Betting If Massachusetts Makes It Legal (1/12/2019)
(Massachusetts) -- Legal gambling has been expanding for the last several years in the Northeast with the opening of more casinos. The next growth area for gaming is...
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Ponca Tribe

article Carter Lake Casino seeing success in first few months (1/12/2019)
(Iowa) -- Last November, the Prairie Flower Casino in Carter Lake opened. The controversial casino remains in court proceedings over its legality. That hasn't...
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Sycuan Tribe

article Sycuan Casino Resort and Clique Hospitality partnership (1/12/2019)
(California) -- Sycuan Casino Resort and Clique Hospitality have announced a partnership as a part of Sycuan’s $260 million expansion. Clique is set to open and...
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William Hill

article William Hill Is Expanding in Nevada with 7 Bookmakers (1/12/2019)
(Nevada) -- William Hill is forging ahead with its expansion efforts across the U.S. The popular British brand is now eyeing Nevada for an immediate scaling of its...
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Mohegan Sun

article Mohegan Sun Pocono earns four awards from trade publication (1/11/2019)
(Pennsylvania) -- Mohegan Sun Pocono has earned four awards from a key trade publication covering the gaming industry. Strictly Slots Magazine recently released its 2018...
press release David Parfrey named Vice President of Marketing at Mohegan Sun Pocono (1/3/2019)
(Pennsylvania) -- Mohegan Sun Pocono is excited to announce that David Parfrey has been named Vice President of Marketing. Parfrey is a day-one team member of Mohegan...
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Supreme Court

press release United States Supreme Court Rejects State of Utah's Attempt To Overturn The Ute Tribe's Victory In Tribal Exhaustion Case (1/11/2019)
(Washington D.C.) -- On January 7, 2019, the United States Supreme Court ordered that it would not review or overturn the Utah Supreme Court’s November 7, 2017...
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Detroit Gaming

article Detroit Casinos Post Record Annual Win Despite High Unemployment (1/9/2019)
(Michigan) -- Detroit casinos won a record $1.44 billion in annual gross gambling revenue (GGR) in 2018, a $20 million premium on the previous top mark set in 2011.
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Louisiana Gaming

article Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel Celebrates 25th Anniversary (1/8/2019)
(Louisiana) -- Like many Louisiana organizations, the Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana looked to raise money and started small, opening the Chitimacha Bayouland Bingo. In...
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Pechanga Casino

article Put the ball in the hands of Pechanga Resort Casino (1/8/2019)
(California) -- Rams-Patriots? Chargers-Saints? Whatever the big game match up shakes out to be come February 3, one question remains. Where will you watch it? In order...
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Turning Stone

article First look: Check out Turning Stone's planned sports betting lounges (1/8/2019)
(New York) -- Sports betting is likely coming to the three Oneida Indian Nation-operated casinos in Central New York sometime this year. Today the Oneidas offered a...
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Oneida Nation

article SG chosen as platform provider for Oneida Nation NY sportsbooks (1/7/2019)
(New York) -- Scientific Games will provide its OpenBet sports betting platform to power the Oneida Indian Nation‘s three new sportsbooks at its upstate New York...
article Breaking Down Caesars’ Deal To Run Tribal Sportsbooks In New York (1/3/2019)
(New York) -- The Oneida Indian Nation in central upstate New York announced Wednesday it has struck a deal with Caesars Entertainment to offer sports betting at its...
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Pennsylvania Gaming

article Rutter’s seeking VGTs for area (1/7/2019)
(Pennsylvania) -- If plans come to fruition, gamblers might be able to go to Duncansville to play on video gaming terminals, similar to slot machines. Rutter’s...
article Video gaming terminals coming to truck stops in Berks County (1/7/2019)
(Pennsylvania) -- Five establishments in Berks County have filed applications with the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to operate video gaming terminals. VGTs are part...
article Bill would allow cities the option of allowing video game terminals at truck stops (12/27/2018)
(Pennsylvania) -- A bill recently introduced in the state Senate would give municipalities the option to allow video gaming terminals (VGTs) at truck stops within their...
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Caesars

article Caesars Entertainment Locks In NFL's First Casino Sponsorship (1/6/2019)
(New York) -- Caesars Entertainment Corporation has been selected as the first-ever casino sponsor of the NFL. Both parties agreed to a three-year deal worth...
article Caesars new fan caves testing ground for ‘casino of the future’ (12/27/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- Ryan Stasa and his three friends from Michigan gulped Coors Light and craft beer as they watched “Monday Night Football” this month on a 98-...
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American Gaming Association

article AGA celebrates NFL’s first gambling deal (1/5/2019)
(Washington D.C.) -- The American Gaming Association (AGA) has welcomed the National Football League (NFL) becoming the last of the four major US sports leagues to...
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Illinois Gaming

article Gambling Series: Local gaming puts hit on casinos (1/4/2019)
(Illinois) -- Video gaming has become big business in Illinois, with nearly $20 billion being wagered each year in the state’s video gaming terminals. So how has...
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Navajo Nation

article Navajo legislation on tribal energy company withdrawn (1/4/2019)
(Arizona) -- Navajo Nation Council legislation to allow a tribal-owned energy company to become a for-profit corporation was withdrawn before it could be considered. The...
article Navajo bill aimed at changing company to for-profit status (12/29/2018)
(Arizona) -- A bill proposed for consideration by the Navajo National Council is aimed at making a tribal-owned energy company a for-profit corporation. The Daily Times...
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New Jersey Gaming

article BPIII: How affiliates protect consumers and support N.J.'s legal sports betting market (1/4/2019)
(New Jersey) -- What a year 2018 was for the New Jersey gaming industry. Since Gov. Phil Murphy signed the historic sports wagering legislation in June, private...
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Resorts AC

article Resorts Casino Hotel Wants to Expand Landshark Bar (1/4/2019)
(Atlantic City) -- Resorts Casino Hotel is hoping to get approval to expand Landshark Bar & Grill on the Atlantic City Boardwalk.
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Sports Leagues

article NFL Signs Caesars as Casino Partner, Inches Toward Betting Deals (1/3/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- The National Football League signed a multiyear deal to make Caesars Entertainment Corp. its first-ever casino partner, bringing the pro sport and its...
article The NFL Signs Its First Casino Sponsor (1/3/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- Professional football and professional gambling have gone hand in hand for decades, but the NFL has never officially recognized the practice. It came a...
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Pamunkey Tribe

article It's not all about casinos. Pamunkey Indians are also on a TV series. (1/2/2019)
(Virginia) -- After 400 years of laying low, Virginia’s Pamunkey Indians have moved into the spotlight. Headlines are trumpeting the tribe’s casino ambitions...
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Michigan Gaming

article The good and the weird: Looking back on 2018 (12/31/2018)
(Michigan) -- 2018 could be a bit of a wild ride in mid-Michigan. We’ve shared the top stories from last year, but we couldn’t help but feel like the list...
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Red Lake Tribe

article Beyond 'boozhoo': Co-op expands on Bemidji Ojibwe Language Project (12/30/2018)
(Minnesota) -- A Bemidji business wants to do more than post "boozhoo" and "miigwech" on its doors. Harmony Natural Foods Co-op added in November...
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Rhode Island Gaming

article McNamara: Get ready, sports betting coming to a Man Cave near you (12/29/2018)
(Rhode Island) -- Like any intrepid sports reporter, curiosity almost always wins out so I just had to see just what sports gambling in Rhode Island looks like at Twin...
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West Virginia Gaming

article Wheeling Island Hotel-Casino-Racetrack Sports Book Cuts Ribbon (12/29/2018)
(West Virginia) -- Local leaders gathered with Wheeling Island Hotel-Casino-Racetrack staff Friday morning to cut the ribbon at the facility’s newly minted sports...
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Big Sandy Rancheria

article Court says it lacks jurisdiction in casino licensing case (12/27/2018)
(California) -- A gaming management company alleging that a Native American tribe breached a contract while developing a new casino in Fresno has suffered a loss in...
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San Pasqual

article Valley View Expansion [2nd Item] (12/27/2018)
(California) -- IN OTHER BUSINESS, the planning group heard a report on the Board of Supervisors agreement with the San Pasqual tribe to mitigate off-reservation impacts...
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Other News

article Brewery owners paving the way for other Native American women (1/16/2019)
(New Mexico) -- There are a lot of breweries in New Mexico, but one located in Albuquerque stands apart from any other in the country. "When we take a moment to...
article Indigenous vocational students take on building unique pop-up restaurant at The Forks (1/15/2019)
(Manitoba) -- A group of Indigenous vocational students got to add to their resume this week, helping to put together a unique pop-up restaurant on the river ice at The...
press release Gaming company wins national award - twice (1/8/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- AGS, a designer and supplier of electronic gaming machines, table products and interactive solutions for the gaming industry, has won the Best and...
article Tsuut'ina Nation abuzz with honey business (1/7/2019)
(Alberta) -- A first of its kind beekeeping program is underway on Tsuut'ina First Nation in southern Alberta. The program was the brainchild of Tsuut'ina Chief...
article Melco Resorts and Entertainment Limited inks solar power partnership (1/3/2019)
(Hong Kong) -- Asian casino operator, Melco Resorts and Entertainment Limited, has announced the signing of a deal that will see it partner with a local sustainable...
article Gavin Isaacs Joins SBTech As Chairman To Drive US Sports Betting Expansion (1/2/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- SBTech has a new Non-Executive Chairman in Gavin Isaacs, the former CEO of Scientific Games (SG). The company is making the appointment to firm up its...
article New chairman Gavin Isaacs brings gaming expertise to SBTech (1/2/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- That didn’t take long. New chairman Gavin Isaacs brings gaming expertise to SBTechOn Wednesday, sports betting and gaming technology supplier SBTech...
article Father and son Mohawk ironworkers help raise record-breaking roller coaster (12/28/2018)
(North Canada) -- In the four decades that Kim Baptiste has been an ironworker, he has worked more jobs than he can count. But being a part of the crew constructing a...
article Innovative firm builds on tribal values (12/28/2018)
(Oklahoma) -- In September, the American Indian Chamber of Commerce in Oklahoma named Tulsa architecture and design firm Blue Star Integrative Studio its Small Business...
article Galaxy Ent confirms veteran HR boss Martin’s exit (12/28/2018)
(Macau) -- Macau casino operator Galaxy Entertainment Group Ltd has confirmed to GGRAsia that Trevor Martin (pictured), one of the company’s longest-serving...
article A new year means another wave of growth for Southern California casinos (12/27/2018)
(California) -- As some Southern California casinos wrapped up multi-million dollar expansions throughout the year, others were just getting started with announcements...
article A shiny new business: Tribe-owned auto shop already proving popular (12/24/2018)
(Alaska) -- Sacred Shine hasn’t done much advertising, but the new auto shop is already booked up through the middle of next month. Word has spread quickly about...
article Cypress Bayou celebrates 25th anniversary (12/19/2018)
(Louisiana) -- The Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana celebrated the 25th anniversary of Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel to much fanfare. Tribal members, casino officials, local...
article Wabano Fine Chocolates continues sweet tradition (12/19/2018)
(Ottawa) -- In the basement of an Indigenous community centre in Ottawa's Vanier neighbourhood, 57-year-old Pierrette Vezina gently stirs a simmering pot of...
article Bird business: The man who taught his tribe to profit from conservation (12/18/2018)
(India) -- Indi Glow walks past a series of tents. Adjusting the strap of the binoculars around his neck, he enters a room and points to two framed photographs on the...
article Poisoning claims, divorce spat in Arizona journalism saga (12/16/2018)
(Arizona) -- An award-winning Arizona newspaper co-publisher and his wife are locked in a bizarre divorce case that has morphed into something more: a journalism ethics...
article Aristocrat Technologies opens $45M Summerlin campus (12/15/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- Aristocrat Technologies’ Chairman Ian Blackburne cut a blue ribbon Thursday to open the Australian slot maker’s new $45 million, 180,000-...
article Meet the Craft Distillers of Native America (12/10/2018)
(Wisconsin) -- One of the last relics of federal prohibition may soon come to an end, after Congress two weeks ago voted to lift a 184-year-old ban that prohibited...
press release AIANTA to develop tribal travel guide interpreting the Anza Trail (12/9/2018)
(Arizona) -- In October 1775—as American colonists were entering their sixth month of armed conflict against the Kingdom of Great Britain—more than 240...
article BLOG: How Casinos Use Rewards Programs to Track Everything You Do (12/6/2018)
(Las Vegas) -- Remember those scenes from 21, Ocean’s Eleven, and any film about cheating at or stealing from a casino? The ones in which a security team is trying...

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