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Barona

article At Barona Speedway, going fast is child’s play (4/19/2019)
(California) -- Cam Baldwin arrived at Barona Speedway on opening night earlier this month strapped into a child’s car seat in the back of his parents’ RV....
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Missouri Gaming

article Casino set to reopen on Saturday (4/19/2019)
(Missouri) -- The St. Jo Frontier Casino is getting ready to reopen today. The entertainment establishment had been closed for 31 days following flooding of the Missouri...
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Pokagon Band

article Pokagons Announce Major Green Initiative (4/19/2019)
(Michigan) -- A new green initiative has been announced by the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi. Tribal leaders say they’ve eliminated Styrofoam and single-use plastics...
article Four Winds Casinos bring thrilling entertainment to the southern tip of Lake Michigan (4/18/2019)
(Michigan) -- Four Winds Casinos are owned by The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians. There, customers can enjoy everything from concerts and entertainment, a wide range...
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Sports Betting

article Sports Wagering Integrity Monitoring Association Launches With 26 Member Gaming Companies (4/19/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- The Sports Wagering Integrity Monitoring Association (SWIMA) launched this week with 26 gaming industry companies lending their support to the...
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Marijuana & Hemp

article Sault Tribe board votes to legalize pot (4/18/2019)
(Michigan) -- The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians Board of Directors approved a resolution at its April 16 meeting to legalize marijuana on the Sault Tribe...
article Cheech and Chong to Help Tribal Cannabis Shop Celebrate Grand Opening (4/18/2019)
(Washington) -- Pot icons Cheech and Chong will be on hand to celebrate the grand opening of the Puyallup Native American tribe’s new retail cannabis shop this...
article South Dakota AG's statements on hemp, CBD oil cause confusion (4/15/2019)
(South Dakota) -- When the owner of the Hemporium in Rapid City read the attorney general's recent proclamation about hemp and CBD oil, he felt "shock."...
article In a Bible Belt City: No to Casinos, Yes to Cannabis (4/9/2019)
(Virginia) -- In a sign of the changing times, a city in Virginia is opposing the building of a casino but in favor of allowing legal medical marijuana. This is clearly...
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Ontario Gaming

article Could free booze be on tap for Casino Rama gamblers? (4/18/2019)
(Ontario) -- Provincial budget paves way for complimentary alcohol for patrons; Spokesperson says 'it's very much up in the air' if Rama will take advantage...
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Pennsylvania Gaming

article First truck stop video slots approved in Pennsylvania (4/18/2019)
(Pennsylvania) -- The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board Wednesday approved the first batch of licenses permitting truck stops to offer video gambling to their patrons....
article A casino in Amish country? A potential onslaught of slots divides a rural Pa. community (4/6/2019)
(Pennsylvania) -- Few people here grasped the monumental implications of Pennsylvania’s expanded gaming law until Penn National Gaming Inc. announced plans...
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Sports Leagues

article A Trader’s View On How The NCAA Should Approach Legal Sports Betting (4/18/2019)
(New Jersey) -- Ahead of his appearance at Betting on Sports America, Benjie Cherniak, Managing Director of Don Best Sports, Scientific Games’ U.S. managed trading...
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Cultural Appropriation

article Kickapoo Coffee to change name due to cultural appropriation concerns (4/17/2019)
(Wisconsin) -- A Wisconsin coffee company has decided to change its name due to concerns over cultural appropriation. Kickapoo Coffee announced Wednesday the decision to...
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Paskenta Tribe

article New outdoor amphitheater coming to Corning at Rolling Hills Casino (4/17/2019)
(California) -- An outdoor amphitheater is coming soon to Corning at Rolling Hills Casino. The amphitheater is slated to open on June 9 for their first show called WAR....
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Quapaw Tribe

article Renovated Red Oak Steakhouse combines Quapaw projects (4/17/2019)
(Oklahoma) -- From meat production to greenhouse produce to cultivated honey, the Quapaw Nation's various local farm and ranch operations will all be combined and...
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First Nations Gaming

article Gold Eagle Casino named top tourism employer (4/16/2019)
(Saskatchewan) -- A local casino has been honoured with a Saskatchewan Tourism Award of Excellence. The Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority’s own Gold Eagle...
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Mississippi Gaming

article A Small Town Bet on Sports Gambling. It’s Still Waiting. (4/16/2019)
(Mississippi) -- As he drove through town in his black Crown Victoria, Chuck Cariker, the mayor of Tunica, pointed out the gifts that he said gambling had bestowed upon...
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Alabama-Coushatta Tribe

article Liberty County supports A-C Tribe’s efforts to keep gaming facility open in Polk County (4/14/2019)
(Texas) -- Liberty County has joined a growing list of East Texas counties and entities to formally pledge support for the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas’...
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Caesars

article Caesars Entertainment expected to name Anthony Rodio new CEO (4/14/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment Corp. is expected to name a new chief executive, several financial publications reported late Sunday. Anthony Rodio...
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Foxwoods

article Foxwoods Developing Social Media-Worthy Resort Experiences Amid Changing Customer Attitudes (4/14/2019)
(Connecticut) -- Foxwoods Resort Casino is embracing changing patron behaviors by developing new gaming and entertainment attractions that ideally creates a more social...
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National Indian Gaming Association

article NIGA: Indian Gaming tradeshow targeted toward a buyer’s market (4/14/2019)
(California) -- Dean Ehrlich stood in the Everi Holdings booth at the National Indian Gaming Association’s annual tradeshow and explained why the space was roughly...
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Pine Ridge

article Pine Ridge celebrates 'complete makeover' of grocery store after months without one (4/14/2019)
(South Dakota) -- After having to drive about 45 minutes to buy groceries for the past few months, Donna Dubray was first in line for the grand opening of Pine Ridge...
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Wynn Resorts

article Don’t Expect to see Steve Wynn at the Wynn Resorts Casinos due to Impending Ban (4/14/2019)
(Massachusetts) -- Steve Wynn is in the limelight again. He could be soon banned from Wynn Resorts Casinos, the enterprise he inaugurated 17 years ago. Since then it has...
article Steve who? How far Wynn Resorts is going to distance itself from its founder (4/14/2019)
(Massachusetts) -- The ancient Romans called it damnatio memoriae, the damnation of memory. It was the rather extreme act of punishing someone by attempting to erase...
article Wynn Looks to Extend Winning Streak to Longest in More Than 2 Years (4/8/2019)
(Wall Street) -- Wynn Resorts Ltd. shares extend their advance to eight days, the longest since March 2017 according to Bloomberg data. The stock rose as much as 3.6...
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Las Vegas Gaming

article Tourism survey indicates fewer visitors to Las Vegas from California (4/13/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority this week released its annual visitor profile study. The study, which was presented at Tuesday’s...
article Palms Casino Resort Celebrates Grand Opening (4/9/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- Palms Casino Resort celebrated its Grand Opening with a festival-worthy weekend of A-list performances signaling the completion of a massive $690 million...
article Ex-MGM exec Scott Sibella to run Resorts World Las Vegas (4/6/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- The giant resort rising on the north Strip will be operated by an exec who spent years running a giant resort on the south Strip. Ex-MGM Grand President...
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South Dakota Gaming

article Keeping gaming machines running (4/13/2019)
(South Dakota) -- When Tom Somerville isn’t serving beverages behind the bar, he’s traveling across southeast South Dakota keeping video lottery machines up...
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Hard Rock

article Seminole Hard Rock tops survey as ‘Employer of Choice’ (4/10/2019)
(Florida) -- Results of the latest Casino Gaming Executive Satisfaction Survey have further cemented the top spot of Seminole Hard Rock as the “Employer of Choice...
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Ocean Resort Casino

article Ocean Resort Casino in Atlantic City changes name (again) to refocus on gambling (4/10/2019)
(Atlantic City) -- You knew it as the Revel first, and then TEN. But now, you’ll have to learn a new name for the towering casino at the north end of Atlantic City...
article Ocean Resort Casino rebrands to emphasize gambling (4/10/2019)
(Atlantic City) -- For the fourth time since its construction in Atlantic City, the 47-story tower once known as the Revel will receive a new name. The owners of the...
article Ocean Resort changes its name (4/10/2019)
(Atlantic City) -- The towering casino covered in sleek glass at the end of the Atlantic City Boardwalk has gone by many names. It was Revel Casino Hotel until 2014,...
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San Manuel Tribe

article San Manuel Casino names new chief operating officer (4/10/2019)
(California) -- San Manuel Casino has promoted one of its employees to the position of chief operating officer, officials announced Wednesday. Kenji Hall, who previously...
press release San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Elects Business Committee Members (4/10/2019)
(California) -- Newly elected Business Committee members were sworn in by San Manuel Tribal Court Chief Justice Claudette C. White as the tribal officers began their...
article San Manuel Casino names new general manager (3/29/2019)
(California) -- San Manuel Casino has a new general manager in former Chief Operating Officer Peter Arceo, officials announced Friday, March 29. Arceo will be in charge...
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Card Clubs

article Oak Tree casino in Woodland closes (4/8/2019)
(Washington) -- The Oak Tree Casino in Woodland — also known as the Lucky 21 Casino — has closed, this time for good. The doors of the casino and restaurant...
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American Gaming Association

article New AGA CEO Bill Miller says the organization will continue to support Indian gaming (4/6/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- American Gaming Association CEO Bill Miller told tribal leaders attending the National Indian Gaming Association conference Thursday the Washington D.C.-...
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eSports

article Esports debuts at broadcasting convention in Las Vegas (4/6/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- Esports will make its debut at the National Association of Broadcasters Show this year as its burgeoning growth heralds a new revenue stream for the...
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Atlantic City Gaming

article Atlantic City gamblers upset with Greyhound’s casino bus change (4/5/2019)
(Atlantic City) -- Casino commuters on Greyhound’s Lucky Streak bus line are confused and frustrated over a new ticket policy implemented this month. The bus...
article How Atlantic City’s main business district became ‘Night of the Living Dead’ (3/30/2019)
(Atlantic City) -- Shirley Everett, 79, is shopping. Just plain old shopping for a couple of folding carts and, as things develop, a new shower curtain. These days, out...
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Genting

article Genting’s Las Vegas arm borrows US$1 bln to finish resort (4/3/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- Malaysian operator of casinos Genting Bhd says its venture in Las Vegas will use the proceeds of an offering of US$1-billion worth of debt to finish and...
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Iowa Gaming

article ATHENA AWARDS: 'There is something good in everybody': Gaming pioneer Nancy Ballenger nominated for Athena Award (3/30/2019)
(Iowa) -- Nancy Ballenger has been a pioneer and a pillar in the Quad-Cities' gaming industry from the inaugural riverboat cruise aboard the Diamond Lady through the...
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Mohegan Sun

article Mohegan Gaming partners with betting provider (3/30/2019)
(Connecticut) -- While Connecticut has not yet regulated sports betting, Mohegan Sun will be prepared when and if the state acts on pending legislation to legalize the...
article Multi-Channel Sports Book Deal Formed between Kambi Group and Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment in Eastern Connecticut (3/29/2019)
(Connecticut) -- The Kambi Group plc has been selected by Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment (MGE) to power its proprietary sports betting enterprises online and on site...
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Arkansas Gaming

article Arkansas casinos set to begin operations at 2 racetracks (3/29/2019)
(Arkansas) -- The wait for Arkansas gambling fans ends next week when casinos at two racing tracks formally begin operations. Fewer than five months after voters...
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California Gaming

article Casinos deal in fancy cocktails: Mixologists offer upscale drinks for the age of Instagram (3/29/2019)
(California) -- Just as ubiquitous as slot machines inside Southern California casinos are the bars with fancy displays of liquor bottles, sleek furnishings and perhaps...
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Maryland Gaming

article Horseshoe Casino Will House First Top Golf’s ‘Swing Suites’ In Maryland (3/29/2019)
(Maryland) -- Horseshoe Casino announced the opening of Maryland’s first Top Golf Swing Suites. The swing suites, which will be located just outside the poker room...
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Water Issues

article Delaware North Splits With Miomni Over WV Sports Betting Dispute (3/29/2019)
(West Virginia) -- Delaware North is prepared to take the ultimate step to restore its sports betting operation in West Virginia. The owner of Wheeling Island and Mardi...
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Other News

article Isleta’s renovation to include NM’s first Fatburger (4/18/2019)
(New Mexico) -- Isleta Resort & Casino announced Thursday that its $40 million renovation will include a food court with a Fatburger, the California-based franchise...
article Want to make a bet? Sports betting could be only months away at Mohegan Sun (4/13/2019)
(Pennsylvania) -- Mohegan Sun Pocono in Plains Twp. is getting ready to offer a new amenity the casino’s president and general manager Tony Carlucci expects will...
article Managing the casino (4/9/2019)
(UK) -- Robert Brassai is the consultant, strategist and gaming expert of Sense4gaming. Robert is also a founding member of the gaming consulting firm.
article Food fight developing in Quebec Cree community of Chisasibi (4/7/2019)
(Quebec) -- An attempt by the Cree community of Chisasibi to regulate the very popular activity of buying and selling locally made food got messy Tuesday after a rumour...
article OP/ED: Buy Native (4/5/2019)
(North Carolina) -- Spring has sprung, and pollen is in the air. The impact of allergens increases as I grow older. Sinuses swell, the nose runs, and my balance is just...
article Elwha River Casino to mark 10th anniversary tonight (3/28/2019)
(Washington) -- The Elwha River Casino will celebrate its 10th anniversary at 6 p.m. tonight. The casino is located at 631 Stratton Road west of Port Angeles. The public...
article The Southwest Museum — L.A.’s oldest — is searching for a new owner for ‘revitalization and creative reuse’ (3/26/2019)
(California) -- The Autry Museum of the American West, the longtime caretaker of the Southwest Museum, is expected to announce on Tuesday its intention to transfer the...
article Native American Chef Wins Prestigious Food Award (3/21/2019)
(Washington D.C.) -- A Native American chef has been awarded one of the food industry's highest honors for his efforts in revitalizing traditional indigenous food...
article 40 Under 40: Cathy Vongnaraj, Director of Marketing, Tuscany Suites and Casino (3/21/2019)
(New Jersey) -- Cathy Vongnaraj is a self-described South Jersey girl who’s been immersed in the gaming industry since childhood. “My parents were first-...
article A better image of Native America through graphic design (3/19/2019)
(Indian Country) -- Graphic design is much more than finding the right colors and fonts for a t-shirt. It’s about communicating a message. It’s storytelling...
press release Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®) Expands EMEA Capabilities and Customer Service by Adding Key Staff and Resources (3/18/2019)
(Netherlands) -- Responding to customer demand, Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®)has continued growth and expansion throughout the European, Mediterranean,...
article Indian-owned business continues to grow (3/17/2019)
(South Dakota) -- Since opening in 2015, HeSapa Enterprises in north Rapid City has steadily grown in size and services provided to customers. CEO Walt Swan, 51, along...
press release Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®) Gives Back to Local Community with Donation to Preferred Behavioral Health Group of Lakewood, N.J. (3/17/2019)
(New Hampshire) -- Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®) has contributed $30,000 to help fund the transformation of the Preferred Behavioral Health Group (PBHG)...
article Indigenous Cuisine Is Being Served in the Back of a Berkeley Bookstore (3/13/2019)
(California) -- When Europeans first arrived in California, they met Native Americans who enjoyed one of the most varied diets in the Americas. The staples of corn,...
article Native American woman says car rental denied her a vehicle, citing phony U.S. rule (3/13/2019)
(Arizona) -- A Native American woman visiting Phoenix says she was told she could not rent a four-wheel-drive vehicle by a Budget Car Rental employee at Sky Harbor...
press release Gary Platt Brings Unsurpassed Sportsbook, Casino Seating to NIGA 2019 (3/12/2019)
(California) -- Tribal operators seeking to provide unsurpassed comfort to their sportsbook and casino guests will find everything they are looking for in Gary Platt...
article Be the Change: Native American Rapid City woman makes 40 Under 40 List (3/10/2019)
(South Dakota) -- A Native American woman received a huge honor for helping college students reach their academic goals. The top 40 business professionals under the age...
article How California’s Indigenous Cafes Repair Colonial Damage (2/26/2019)
(California) -- Vincent Medina spent seven years as a docent at the oldest building in San Francisco, Mission Dolores, one of the 21 missions in the state at which the...
article Business professionals learn to build better relationships with Montana tribes (2/17/2019)
(Montana) -- Business professionals came to Helena from all over the state last week to take part in Tribal Relations Training, a business seminar hosted by the Governor...
article Winning Slice: Black Mesa Casino gives guests a chance at extra cash (1/31/2019)
(New Mexico) -- Get your piece of the pie during Black Mesa Casino’s “Winning Slice” promotion this February. Select the right slices of pie for your...

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