Tag Archives: tribal casinos
- Tribal casinos pump $1.8B revenues in Minnesota over the past two decades – report
September 15, 2016
The state government may not be getting a profit cut but Minnesota is sure benefitting from a vibrant tribal casino activity over the past 25 years, according to the Minnesota Indian Gaming Association (MIGA). MIGA released this week its latest report on the tribal gaming’s closely guarded finances, explaining how...
- Tribal gaming posts largest year-on-year revenue gain in a decade
July 21, 2016
Tribal casinos reported nearly $30b in gaming revenue last year while posting their largest year-on-year revenue gain in a decade. Figures released Tuesday by the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) show tribal gaming revenue of $29.9b in 2015, up 5% from 2014’s numbers, which were up only 1.5% from 2013’s...
- Tribal casino operators ride dizzying legal roller-coaster
June 28, 2016
Tribes were in for a two-front legal battle these past few days – one of which involves a gaming pact with the California state government while the other tackled the debate on whether National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has authority over Native American enterprises on tribal land. In Washington, D.C.,...
- Fitch: Foreigners-only rule could pose problems for S. Korea’s new casinos
March 8, 2016
Challenging times are on the horizon for South Korea’s future casinos. Several weeks ago, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) awarded the country’s new integrated resort license to Connecticut tribal casino operator Mohegan Sun, which has partnered with South Korean chemicals maker KCC Corp. for a $5 billion...
- Jason Giles on Tribal Gaming’s Innovation
March 16, 2015
Rebecca Liggero interview Jason Giles, executive director of the National Indian Gaming Association, as he talks about tribal casinos' innovation in the gambling industry. In the United states, gambling enterprises that are owned by federally-recognized Native American can operate on reservation or other tribal lands, including range of business operations, from full casino facilities...
- New Mexico senate approves new gambling compact with state tribes
March 12, 2015
The New Mexico Senate voted 35-7 in favor of a proposed new gambling compact to replace the one that’s set to expire at the end of June 2015, thereby allowing the state's Navajo Nation, Corilla, Mescal Apache and Coma Pueblo tribes to continue their gambling operations. Despite getting approval in the senate, some...