Across Indian Country—Wisconsin to Washington, Oklahoma, New York to New Mexico—Indian gaming is shifting and expanding to meet the market demands of the tourism and entertainment industries.
Four states exceeded $5 billion in sales during 2016: California, Oklahoma, Florida and Washington, proving that success isn’t geographically confined.
Cherokee Nation Businesses (CNB) has signed on as the presenting sponsor of the inaugural Native Business Summit, taking place May 13-15, 2019, at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Constitutional Amendment 3, also known as Voter Control of Gambling, was proposed by Voters in Charge, a political committee that received the bulk of its funding from the Seminole Tribe and Disney.
A13-year process is finally coming to a conclusion and one that paves the way for the Wilton Rancheria to enter California’s highly competitive gaming arena, building a $500 million Las Vegas-style casino in Elk Grove with partner Boyd Gaming.